(CTN News) – Despite living in a world where Costco most things are prepared for you, there is something extremely satisfying about being able to make things yourself.
I think it is clear from the sea of DIY-ers you see on social media that the maker community is thriving and continues to inspire us to try our hand at making something unique to us.
There are no shortage of ways to bring out your crafty side this Thanksgiving, no matter what you do, whether you are dusting off your trusty hot glue gun or trying a new recipe for pumpkin bread.
To keep up with the theme of making this Thanksgiving the ultimate handmade holiday, bulk grocer Costco has brought the excitement out of its fans even more by announcing that they have finally restocked the previously sold out Dried Flower Centerpiece for the holiday.
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, because it is both fun and festive at the same time.
The news that the set would be restocked sent fans scrambling for their keys, hoping that they would have a chance to pick it up before it sold out again.
Dedicated Costco account @costcobuys shared the news on Instagram, and the post has since collected more than 4,500 likes and counting, and is still growing.
Just for the sake of this, I would be willing to join Costco just for the sake of this! As one enthusiastic user put it, “I like it.”, while another summed it up with a simple “Nice!”.”.”
Are you still not sure what all the fuss is about? In case you think you are up for it, then the Dried Flower Centerpiece is 812 pieces of fun and it is exactly what you have been looking for to adorn your tabletop.
Are you not interested in the dried flower option? In addition to that, this account also revealed that LEGO’s Botanical Collection also includes a 771-piece Succulents option which is sure to be a great conversation starter at your next holiday party once you have it in your possession.
There are two variations of this set available at Costco, and each of them will set you back just $36.99, but you will need to act fast as the sets are likely to disappear just as fast as they did when they were released last year.
You can still buy the LEGO Set for $49.99 directly through LEGO’s website or on Amazon for $40 if you happen to miss the sale.