With the passage of time and as we grow older, we long to go back and relive our magical childhood moments. From Disney movies to bedtime books, something about these memories surely warms our hearts and takes us back to the most nostalgic moments of our lives.
Among our favorite heroes and characters, there’s one that can be overlooked at times but had made a great impact on all of us, Disney lovers – the one and only – Winnie the Pooh.
Winnie the Pooh and his friends have played a huge part in our childhood and will always linger in our hearts. And while we find comfort in reminiscing about our precious childhood characters, LEGO didn’t forget them as well.
Although it’s been a long time, LEGO is bringing Winnie the Pooh and his companions back to life!
We are excited to introduce you to the ‘Winnie the Pooh’ set.
LEGO has come up with an incredible Kickstarter-type page called ‘LEGO Ideas, ’ which welcomes LEGO fans to share ideas that might get a green light and become an actual LEGO set. The best ideas generated are being implemented and brought to life.
User benlouisa has come up with the 100 Acre Wood set that is now called ‘Winnie the Pooh.
The adorable set consists of Pooh’s beloved pals, including Piglet, Christopher Robin, Tigger, Eeyore, Owl, Rabbit and Winnie the Pooh.
The set also includes the magical treehouse that looks precisely like Christopher Robin’s home and has many beehives for Pooh to enjoy as well.
For all of you who consider getting the magnificent set, get ready because the set has around 800 bricks, which might change in the future since LEGO is the one to decide on the final design.
The sweet Alder family from Suffolk, England, formed the incredible design back in 2019, which had amassed over 10,000 supporters in the course of four months only!
Getting your design chosen and implemented is every LEGO lover’s wildest dream.
Ben Adler is surprised by all the love and support that his family’s design has received and can’t wait to see it in the stores.
After LEGO’s team had reached the family, the Danish company announced last month that the idea will come to life: “Project approved for production as a LEGO Ideas set!”
The family can’t wait to see the final design and the official release date!
This heartwarming idea is an incredible closure for just as A.A Milne was inspired by his boy, Christopher Robin, to form a story about a boy and his precious bear, so was Ben Adler inspired by his children when he designed the adorable set.
You can check the set’s page for further updates!
Isn’t the Piglet adorable?!