This one contains a range of parts to pimp up your minifig or model for the holiday season.
There are 32 pieces inside, a few of which combine to build some mini models, while the others can be added to anything you like.
None or particularly rare, or that desirable, to be honest, but there might be something that you'll find a use for. Perhaps you're looking for a beanie and showshoes to kit out your favourite minifigure for the winter. If so, you'll find them here.
Talking of minifigs, it's a shame that one isn't included. It would make it far more desirable. Nevertheless, at £2.99 it's a nice little impulse buy next time you're in a brand store.
There's not much more I can say about the set so I'll talk about the photo.
A while ago I was discussing LEGO photography with Peter Reid, of 21109 Exo Suit and LEGO Space:Building the Future book fame, and he mentioned an expression which has stuck with me ever since and which I think of every time I take a photo like this.
It's 'eggs and beans'.
Why? Well, apparently the story goes that his mother, I think it was, didn't like the eggs to be touching the beans on her plate of full English breakfast. In other words, for best results in photos like this, the individual elements shouldn't be overlapping each other in the frame. "Eggs and beans, Huw, eggs and beans..."
I suspect it will stick with you too, now...
Anyway, you can buy the polybag now at LEGO.com should you not be close to a brand store.
Thanks to LEGO for providing the set for review. All opinions expressed are my own.