In a world where almost everything is prepared for you, there’s something incredibly satisfying about making it yourself. As evidenced by the sea of DIY-ers on social media, the maker community is thriving and continues to inspire us to try our hands at creating something uniquely ours. Whether you’re dusting off your trusty hot glue gun or trying a new pumpkin bread recipe, there’s no shortage of ways to bring out your crafty side this Thanksgiving.
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Keeping with the theme of making this Thanksgiving the ultimate handmade holiday, bulk grocer Costco has brought the excitement out of fans even more as news broke that they've finally restocked the previously sold out Dried Flower Centerpiece. A perfect backdrop for your $200 heat-and-serve Thanksgiving dinner, LEGO's fan-favorite centerpiece made waves back in August for being a double whammy of family-friendly fun and holiday decoration all in one.
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Word of the restock sent fans scrambling to grab their keys for a chance to pick up the set before it sells out again. Dedicated Costco account @costcobuys shared the news on Instagram, and the post has since racked up more than 4,500 likes and counting. “I will join Costco just for this!” said one enthusiastic user, while another simply summed it up with, “Nice!”
Still not sure what all the fuss is about? Well, if you’re up for the challenge, the Dried Flower Centerpiece is 812-pieces of fun and is the stunning tabletop adornment you’ve been waiting for. Not into the Dried Flower option? Well, the account also revealed that LEGO's Botanical Collection also includes a 771-piece Succulents option that's sure to be quite the conversation starter at your next festive get-together.
You can grab either version at Costco for just $36.99, but you’ll want to act fast as the sets are likely to disappear just as fast as they did during the last release. If you happen to miss the sale you can buy directly through LEGO's website for $49.99 or on Amazon for $40.