Grab the LEGO® bucket, because this is such a fun building project! Make an endless cube, also called an infinity cube, out of LEGO® bricks. This cube transforms shape over and over without an end. It’s such a neat toy to build, and it’s fun to play with!

We did not design this project – my 8 year old and I built it together using instructions on a YouTube video (linked below). It’s such a clever design, and the pieces are not hard to find. The inverted brackets will probably be the hardest parts to find in your stash of bricks, but you can always order more on Brick Link if you need to. (And this project is worth ordering a few things!)

Bricks Needed:

8 – hinge plates, 1 x 4, swivel top

24 – 1 x 2 plates

8 – 2 x 2 tiles

8 – 1 x 2 tiles

8 – brackets, 1 x 2 – 2 x 2 inverted

It’s SO cool. Just try to walk by it without fiddling with it – ha!

Building Instructions:

We used the YouTube video below to build our cube – great instructions!

Also, if you’d rather just order a kit to build this (with cute colors), this website has kits available.

More LEGO® Fidget Cube Ideas:

Here’s another style of LEGO® Endless Cube from Lemon Lime Adventures.

Or build a LEGO® Fidget Cube – There’s something to fiddle with on each side!

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  1. Amy Lee Jun 24, 2018

    I made a bunch of these, I love them!

  2. Caroline Ceigersmidt Apr 17, 2020

    I'd love to do these this weekend! I may need to order some bricks though because I know the kids gathered many of our tiles for the air hockey table (which is so much fun). Also I was so happy they finally made the candy dispenser that I've been wanting them to do for ages. Thank you for all your great ideas. My kids have started asking me "Did the Lego lady send any new projects?"


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