Building Fun with Strictly Briks + Giveaway!

Like most kids, my children love creating huge cities with their building blocks. They often disappear in the play room for hours and create amazing worlds with their building blocks.

One thing I always notice is missing are base plates for their houses and stores. I was so pleased when Strictly Briks contacted me and offered to send my kids sets that included tons of baseplates.

I received two different sets from Strictly Briks, a set called Unique Shape Towers and a starter set of Big Briks. Both sets included lots of base plates and are compatible with our existing collection of building blocks.

Starter Pack of 119 Big Briks

This set comes with 119 pieces of Big Briks. It’s recommended for ages 3-7.

Stictly Briks review

Included in the box:

  • Triangle, circle, half circles and rectangle base plates
  • Assortment of Strictly Brik Stackers
  • Assortment of Strictly Brik blocks

These briks are easy to use and stack together very firmly. We tested them out with our other building blocks and they are absolutely compatible.

Unique Shape Towers

My kids LOVE this set.

Stictly Briks review

It includes:

  • 36 base plates in three 6″ shapes including triangles, half circles, and squares.
  • 60 2×2 Stackers

Stictly Briks review

My kids really like the different shapes of base plates and the colours they come in. They’ve built some pretty creative houses with the half circles and triangles. This set is very useful for any child that likes to build houses and more.

Stictly Briks review

Stictly Briks review


I’m very impressed with the quality of these briks. I like that they foster open-ended play and work with the building sets that we already have.

Strictly Briks also has a very good price point. Single base plates start at only $2.99 each. Sets retail for $24.99 and up.

Where to Buy

You can purchase Strictly Briks from their website. They are currently offering FREE SHIPPING on all US orders of $75 and up.

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Strictly Briks wants one of my readers to surprise their child with a set of Unique Shape Towers. They are giving away a set to one of my lucky fans.

To enter, check out the Strictly Briks website and tell me what you think your child would build with their product. Then fill out the Rafflecopter form below.

Giveaway open to Canadian and US residents. Mandatory question must be answered to be eligible to win. Giveaway runs from November 3 – November 15, 2017. See my terms & conditions for full giveaway info. Void where prohibited.

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  1. My son loves building different parking garages and buildings for his cars so I know that would be the first thing he builds.

  2. My son would build himself a “brick” wall in his bedroom. This way he could build signs, words, and pictures for an ever changing décor.

  3. What wouldn’t they build! My two nephews spend most of their time building stuff, and I know many times they are sad to destroy something they’ve built because they need a new base. They would most definitley build “movie sets” for their stop motion stikbot toys! (Which are also super cool, by the way!)

  4. My older daughter read this post with me and is very excited about these Strictly Briks! She said she would build a hotel, store, apartment building and pool with these (haha, she loves to build and came up with so many ideas super quickly!).

  5. my grand boy hayden loves to build towers, tracks, jumps as they own a moto cross track built next door on their 200 acres in the country

  6. I think she would build different towers for her little toys to move up and down on. She loves to build ramps.

  7. My youngest son said he would build a house with a rocket ship if he got those LEGO style blocks. Very cool. Lol he also just said he would add a pool for the guys to chill haha he’s 5, too funny.
    Thank you so much for this giveaway!

  8. My daughter would probably build a house so her Super Hero Girls figures can sit down for tea with her Peppa Pig figures. At 4 genres dont matter.

  9. I think my kids would build the house for three little pigs (since they are really into that story right now)

    1. Awesome addition to our current lego sets! My kids would definitely build a mini village with houses, garage, shops and a school.

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