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12 Christmas Ornaments Made with LEGO

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It’s time to put up the Christmas tree! Our family loves to make our own ornaments and every holiday season we pick a theme. This year a big, favorite thing in our house has been anything LEGO. We have LEGO sets, figures, movies, and even a big LEGO pillow so LEGO love made the choice easy, especially when I discovered some awesome LEGO Christmas Ornament ideas.

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If LEGO is popular at your house too, you’ll like what I found: LEGO Christmas figurines, reindeer, a LEGO filled ornament, snow globe, poinsettia, Christmas tree, angel, present-shaped ornament, candy cane and even a LEGO snowflake ornament. Building these ornaments is not only an opportunity for family fun, they would also make a terrific boy’s December birthday party activity or serve as Christmas party favors. Check out this list, grab a few LEGO and let the building begin! 

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1. LEGO Christmas Figures :: Our Forever Home, inspired by LEGO Jr. Magazine 
Add a cute LEGO Santa, snowman and Christmas tree to your ornaments this year. Kids will love seeing their LEGO creations hanging on your tree.

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2. LEGO Filled Ornament :: Frugal Fun for Boys 
Clear plastic ball ornaments can be filled with 2×1 red, white and green LEGO bricks for a fantastic DIY ornament.

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3. LEGO Snowglobe :: Clean and Scentsible via Design Dazzle 
Combine your child’s love for LEGO building with the fun of crafting a winter snow globe. So much fun!

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4. LEGO Sphere Ornament :: A Golden Afternoon, inspired by The Tortoise and the Hare
LEGO lovers of all ages will enjoy adding winter embellishments and LEGO people to these easy spherical ornaments.

5. LEGO Poinsettia Ornament :: Chris McVeigh 
Finally—a poinsettia you don’t have to water! This LEGO poinsettia ornament uses some fun LEGO pieces. Looks awesome decking your tree or a gift.

6. LEGO Angel Ornament :: Ryan Schreyer
Add a unique angel to the tree this year. Bet kids will love making this LEGO angel ornament!

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7. LEGO Present :: Parent’s Magazine 
Let children surprise people on their list with this creative display: LEGO bricks tied up with ribbon make a box that is also a gift!

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8. LEGO Snowflake :: Clever Toys 
Blue and white LEGO combine to create a beautiful snowflake ornament. Imagine a tree covered in these beauties!

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9. LEGO Christmas Tree :: Rust and Sunshine 
This LEGO Christmas tree decked out in mini LEGO ornaments is amazing! Recreate it for a fun holiday craft or favor.

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10. LEGO Candy Cane :: The Taylor House 
Red and white combine for a super-sweet LEGO candy cane ornament. This would be an easy activity for kids of almost all ages.

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11. LEGO Ornaments :: Northeast Ohio Family Fun
Get inspired to make your own LEGO ornaments with the creativity you’ll discover in these 7 ideas made from a variety of red, green and white pieces. Add a little ribbon for hanging.

12. LEGO Reindeer :: Peter Johnston, Fungineering 
Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without the most famous reindeer of all. Craft up this adorable LEGO reindeer, complete with a red nose!

Build some holiday fun with these awesome Lego sets everyone will love creating.

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Check out these great holiday DIY ideas to keep you and your kids busy…

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Layne Henderson

Layne is a boy mom in love. Surrounded by three adventurous little men, she's in pursuit of an empty laundry basket, the perfect cup of coffee, and sleep. She blogs, parents, and manages social media while wearing her tiara.