Would you like make your Christmas tree really unique and decorate it with LEGO ornaments? Or how about just a little LEGO Santa above the fireplace or hiding in someone’s stocking? I don’t know how it is in your house, but around here those awesome LEGO sets they absolutely beg for get built, and then destroyed.
Build your own LEGO Christmas Ornaments and impress your friends! Almost instantly. Making these LEGO Christmas ornaments can be more than just decorating your tree; it can also be a wonderful family activity.
Sure, they’ll go back and try to rebuild them later, but invariably the pieces all end up in one big bin. Which is fine. This why we love LEGOs, right? They are meant to be remixed into something totally unique.
If you’ve got the big bucket of bricks, but want some fresh ideas of what to do with your pieces, check these festive build guides for all you need to make it a LEGO Christmas:
Here are some links from where you can buy LEGO Christmas Ornaments:
It’s a Christmas miracle! A French company has finally created slippers that spare parents the agony associated with stepping on a LEGO. Few forms of sadistic torture in this world are more excruciatingly painful than having to walk across a field of LEGOs left on the ground by a careless child. Fortunately, there is now a way to protect yourself from these domestic minefields: LEGO, working together with French advertising agency Brand Station, has invented anti-LEGO slippers! It only took them 66 years, too! The slippers, which feature tons of padding, will be produced in a limited run of 1,500 and will be distributed randomly to people who fill out Christmas wish-lists on LEGO’s French website. The limited edition slippers will be distributed as part of a holiday promotion in conjunction with LEGO France, so those of us in the rest of the world have to cross our fingers and hope that another company picks up on this clever idea. This is the perfect way to make those lucky parents’ Christmas dreams come true!