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DIY LEGO Christmas Projects

Here are some wonderful DIY LEGO Christmas projects for you or your kids to build. These are sure to get you in the Christmas Spirit!

You can make a LEGO reindeer, build a LEGO Christmas tree, create some LEGO ornaments, plus make some small gift boxes that actually have a working lift-able lid.

I hope you and your kids will have a lot of fun building! After you are done reading be sure to see all of our other LEGO designs.

DIY LEGO Christmas Projects! Includes instructions, and videos, to add some LEGO fun to your Christmas. Get the directions to make a LEGO Christmas Projects and LEGO Christmas Ornaments by clicking now.

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DIY LEGO Christmas Projects:

Take a look at these DIY LEGO Christmas projects and see if you have the pieces to build the ones you like. Keep in mind you can substitute pieces and be flexible with colors, or you can purchase individual pieces through the pick-a-brick section on the LEGO site.

For pieces you may need visit the official LEGO shop!

  • Go to the Pick a Brick section through the link above
  • You can then choose whatever pieces you need

There are some fun minifig heads, bodies and accessories in there too–which we love to get. We enjoy collecting unusual and useful pieces for our stash.

Make Santa’s Sleigh!

Chris McVeigh has a wonderful LEGO Santa’s Sleigh to build. It is so fun to make. Chris generously shares directions for his builds on his website. Scroll to the bottom to see the sleigh.

LEGO Gingerbread House

I was super excited to see his LEGO Gingerbread House and hope you like it too. Pretty neat, eh? I am inspired to make one myself!

DIY LEGO Christmas Reindeer

Love reindeer? Then why not make an easy to build reindeer made with plates from Frugal Fun for Boys. They also have a wreath that is pretty simple but impressive. Either one would also make a nice gift tag for a Christmas gift.

Build a LEGO Christmas Tree

Try this simple LEGO Christmas tree. I like this because it can be made with bricks you likely already own.

DIY LEGO Christmas Gift Boxes

Here are the LEGO Gift boxes that have a hinged lid. Pretty neat, right?!

Build them together OR you could stick a printable gift certificate for a LEGO experience into one of these little LEGO packages for a really neat Christmas surprise.

See our LEGO Gift Guide, some wonderful LEGO experiences, and a free printable gift certificate too!

LEGO Star Wars Ornaments

Pop over to our DIY Christmas Ornament for Boys post to get directions to:

  • Star Wars LEGO Tie Fighter
  • Death Star
  • Millenium Fighter ornaments.

Enjoy making these fun Christmas LEGO projects together!

If you don’t want to mess with having to find all the pieces here are some See our big LEGO Christmas Sets post.

LEGO Gift Guide

THE best gift guide for LEGO lovers. The Ultimate LEGO Gift Guide has everything from essentials to books, t-shirts, sets, bricks, plates, DVDs, games, educational LEGO ideas, and much more. Click the picture to see everything in this guide and pick the PERFECT LEGO GIFT for your LEGO fan.

Check out our LEGO Gift Guide for Christmas ideas! There are some awesome picks here.

From books to bricks this gift guide should be at the top of your list for finding the perfect LEGO gift for your fan.

You will find the must have essentials that make building and creating with LEGO much better as well as some very cool picks that you simply much see. They are going to love them!

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Wishing you all a Merry Christmas!

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