She found herself day dreaming about a little cottage in white…
with black shutters, and pink flowers. Through the sea of red, blue, and green, a renovation of LEGO® Town House 560 from 1978 began. In French, La Petite Maison means “The Little House”. If you want to learn the complete story of how these plans came to exist please read the rest of the tale here.
This Custom Lego House Model Includes 626 Pieces
To complete this set, lego pieces were sourced from 11 different lego vendors. Most of the pieces are brand new, but there are 4 or 5 vintage pieces that add a one-of-a-kind charm to this set. A physical copy of La Petite Maison’s Builiding Instructions has been published and printed in book form specifically for this set. Additionally, a digital copy of of the Printable Lego House Instructions & XML Parts Files is included. For those who already have a substantial lego collection and therefore prefer to build with pieces they have on hand, the digital version of the instructions without actual legos included is available under digital downloads here. However, this limited edition offering is for the convenience of the lego connoisseur who would like to skip the wait of purchasing and inventorying individual pieces, and get straight to building.
Printable Lego House Instructions and XML Parts Files
This purchase of the One-of-a-Kind Custom Lego House Model includes 6 downloadable files, delivered electronically. Once the purchase is complete, a link to a zipped folder called La-Petite-Maison-Package-Download.zip is sent to you. If you don’t see it immediately, please check the spam folder of the email associated with your purchase. Download the Printable Lego House Instructions Folder, print out the PDF Instruction file or wait for your book to arrive in the mail. Sometimes it is easier to see the placement of pieces on the digital files as the backlit display is more vibrant than the printed books. Your boxed set of pieces will arrive in the mail, but if through the years any pieces are lost, additional pieces needed can be ordered from Lego’s Pick-a-Brick site or from vendors on Bricklink.com using the parts information included.
Digital Files Include
This digital download contains a zipped folder with the the following 6 files:
The two files with ExtraParts, are simply spare pieces for alternate play ideas.
Also included are two html files to serve as a pictorial guide of the listed parts.
This document walks you through the process of ordering parts from Bricklink.com step by step.
First of all, the xml file is a time saving gift. It is a coded list of all the pieces that you need to build your model! Simply open the file in a text editor, and then copy and paste all the contents into a wish list making window on Bricklink.com. From there you can fill up your shopping cart and purchase pieces as desired. You are welcome.
About Digital Files
These files are in various formats. The La-Petite-Maison-Building-Instructions.pdf file is the one you will wish to print. It is sized for standard 8 ½ x 11 inch paper. You may print from your digital files as many times as you wish, as long as it is for PERSONAL USE ONLY. These files and pages printed from them may not be copied, distributed, shared, or resold.
The designs, layouts, printables, digital files, and photographs were created by Jolene Balyeat and are copyrighted: © 2017 Jolene Balyeat Designs. All rights reserved.
Digital Files are available for instant download promptly after payment is received. Refunds are not offered on digital files, however we want to make sure you are pleased with your purchase, so please contact us if there is an issue we need to be aware of.
This is not a LEGO® product. LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO group, which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this product. Please note that the LEGO Group is not liable for any loss, injury or damage arising from the use or misuse of this product.