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Eda's Owl House


5000 ... 10,000!

Thanks to everyone for the great support! There has been a real surge of supporters in the last 10 days, thanks in no small part to posts on social media. 
Thanks to everyone for spreading the word. Keep doing this and we will reach the goal.

P.S.: I can't add another update, so I'm posting this here: Thanks to everyone for the great support!
I never thought we would reach the 10,000 votes so quickly. Now we can only hope that we won't be disappointed and the set will become reality!


Happy Holidays!

Thank you for all the support so far! I wish all of you happy holidays and a great new year. Hopefully we'll gather a lot of support for the project. Also, I'm going to try to improve the figures a bit, though of course LEGO will eventually do that anyway. :)


A Dance for the First 1000

A big thank you to everyone who has supported the project so far! We have reached 1000 votes in a very good time and I am confident that there is still a lot of potential.

To celebrate the day here is a picture of Luz and Amity inspired by the iconic dance scene from the show. It would be nice to get these dresses as alternate outfits in the set!


Promising Start

Thank you for the strong support in the first weeks! We reached more than 800 supporters pretty fast and are heading for the 1000 now. I think Amity and Luz will do a little dance when we reach that!

If you have any wishes or suggestions for the model don't hesitate to leave them in the comments. Also share the project with your friends and on social media if you like it!


First Milestone

A big thanks to everyone who supported the project right from the start! We reached the first milestone (100 supporters) very quickly in less than two days. The next goal is 1000 votes.

Here are two questions I got regarding the model:

Q: Couldn't the interior be a bit bigger?
A: Of course that would be nice. For me, a faithful outer appearance had priority and I didn't want to make the set too big and too expensive.

Q: Willow looks a bit old, why is that so?
A: There aren't many head parts with glasses, I couldn't find a better one. I'm sure LEGO will make it right if the set is produced. :)

If you like the project share it with your friends and on social media!

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