Toy Review: Lego Witch Polybag (40032)
The set comes with around 70 pieces (I threw the bag away, so I don't remember the exact count) in black, gray, green, dark green, yellow, silver, red, purple, and dark green. Mostly black, yellow, and green, however. There are a few in interesting pieces such as the purple and yellow plates and the big gray base. It took me about five to ten minutes to put the set together.
Building the set starts off with the bottom of the witch's head and builds up. The interior is hollow since it serves as a storage container. You can look in the mouth which is also filled with some scattered teeth. You can also notice the choppy hair accomplished through
Here's a picture of the compartment feature. This is a good place to hide a Lego minifigure, a fun size candy bar, or even a battery opted tea light (don't stick a real flame in here) to make her give off a spooky glow. I'm giving the figure a good and a 1/2. She's definitely not the most exciting Halloween Lego set ever but she's fun for a little decoration for your desk or shelf. Happy Halloween!