THOUSANDS of Lego blocks were used to create hundreds of different builds over the past week, as the Tamworth library's Lego challenge put kids' creativity to the test.
Over 450 photos were submitted for the library's first online school holiday Lego challenge, which organiser Amy Rake was "thrilled" with.
The staff involved uploaded a daily 'theme' to inspire local students to create a masterpiece out of Lego - including favourite animal, playground, car, catapault and rocket.
Ms Rake said the overwhelming amount of entries were also top notch.
"They're amazing, absolutely amazing," she said.
"We had kids as young as two entering ... all the way through."
The city library was unable to launch their usual school holiday programs at the end of term due to the COVID-19 shut down, so they created their first-ever online Lego challenge for children.
"We got a lot of comments saying thank you for running it, it's really kept the kids busy and entertained," Ms Rake said.
Overall winners were chosen based on creativity, with Phillipa Mattheus taking out first place, Noah Maxwell in second and Callum Lockwood third.