Taking Brick Building to a Whole New Level With Strictly Briks (& Giveaway Ends 11/24)

I received product/compensation in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.

My boys have always been builders. From wooden blocks to LEGOs, they have evolved with their building materials; however, they do get bored.

Strictly Briks is a line of toys that allow kids to construct all sorts of creations. Rather than build a creation that is pictured on a box, Strictly Briks encourages kids to build with their imagination.

Kids start with a Strictly Briks baseplate and then build a platform for whatever they want. The platform can be for cars, figures, or anything small enough to fit. Kids can build garages, castles or platforms for displaying pieces. The possibilities are endless!

My boys love the different shapes and colors the baseplates come in as they are only used to square ones in green or blue. They were so excited to add new colors and shapes to their collection.

A bridge can even be built with the silicone flexible building straps. The straps are soft, water-resistant silicone that is easily connected to each other or baseplates. They can even be used to create swings, slides, mosaics or wearable creations!

Best of all, Strictly Briks are compatible with other brands of plastic bricks and guaranteed a tight fit! The sets either fit the bigger plastic blocks or smaller ones, do make sure you order the right ones!

I picked out a good variety for my three kids and for around $75, I was able to get all these pieces. Perfect for building a good sized set an then some! We didn’t even use all the pieces and the creation was big enough for all my kids to enjoy.

Don’t know where to start with Strictly Briks?

Here are some items on their Top Picks List:

Brik Buster is a game designed by kids perfect for the whole family! Kids build a tower than take turns hitting the tower with a toy hammer.

Unique Shape Towers comes with three different shaped sets to build three towers.

AlphaBriks & MathBriks are toy pieces that fit tightly on baseplates (easily removed) to enhance creations!

The Cube & Pyramid allows kids to build in all directions with 3D add-on. The Cube includes six hinged double sides plates that allow kids to customize each one.

Silicone Briks and Straps kits contain a variety of silicone briks or straps.

6″ or 10″ Brik Tower allows kid to construct their platforms for open-ended play!

Ready to shopStrictly Briks?

Take advantage of the free shipping offer for all U.S. orders over $75, for a limited time on the Strictly Briks website! You can also find Strictly Briks on Amazon.

WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive an 8″ Multi-Color Circle Stackables

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This giveaway ends November 24, 2017.

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  1. My son builds robots and cars

  2. My daughter loves to build little houses.

  3. My daughter is always building castles and vehicles.

  4. My kids love to build houses and skyscrapers!

  5. Victoria Scott says:

    My daughter loves to build boutique type shops with her legos. These would let her build a MALL! haha

  6. Colleen Maurina says:

    My seven year old grandson is a huge fan of Legos and has build many amazing things like buildings and vehicles. He has had his projects put on display at our local toy store.

  7. They love to build houses.

  8. Azeem Isaahaque says:

    My son likes to build houses and trucks

  9. Terry Maigi says:

    My daughters love to build towers and little cities!

  10. I would like to win this for my grandson.

  11. We like making castles!

  12. he loves to build vehicles

  13. vickie couturier says:

    they love to build garages and storage places for their cars

  14. This looks very cool!

  15. My grandson loves to build cars and airplanes.

  16. Lisa Williams says:

    my kids like to build robots and houses.

  17. Onyinye Elochukwu says:

    My son loves building bridges

  18. We like to build buildings and towers.

  19. Erika Sternberg says:

    My students love to build things.

  20. My grandson loves to build robots and cars.

  21. Laura Feist says:

    My grandson loves to build boats