If you are looking for some unique gifts for Christmas, or would like to include LEGO in your own holiday decorations, check out these wonderful LEGO Christmas tree ornaments by LEGO fan Chris McVeigh. We have featured Chris’ projects here before (see links at the end of this post), however this year he added a whole new range of ornaments that are really sweet and worth checking out. 🙂
You can buy these LEGO Christmas tree ornaments at Chris’ online shop at Powerpig.Storenvy.com. There are traditional looking tree ornaments in various colors and shapes, and also other cute little holiday kits (like the LEGO Gingerbread Train, LEGO Gingerbread Shop and LEGO Santa Sketch) – all for reasonable prices. You can also get some other really nice LEGO models; retro TV, game-console, refrigerator, typewriter, phone, computer, camera, etc. – all built of LEGO. All of the kits include the parts you need to build each of the projects, and you can download the building instructions online.
And if you have the LEGO elements needed already, you don’t need to buy the kits, you can just download the instructions for free at Chris’ website at ChrisMcVeigh.com. There are many-many designs to choose from and play with. You can see all the holiday related building instructions here, and all instructions available here. Just click on the instruction you want, and it will open as a PDF file that you can use right away, or download to your computer for later use. The instructions include a parts-list and a step-by-step guide to put together the model you have chosen – similar to what you would find in official LEGO instruction booklets.
So whether you would like to buy full kits, or just need the instructions, Chris has a wide range of custom LEGO sets you can choose from. They can be a wonderful gifts to others, provide a unique way to decorate your own Christmas tree, or make great projects to work on together for families with kids.
What do you think? How do you like these LEGO Christmas tree ornaments? Are you planning to use them for your own holiday decoration? Or as gifts to others? Do you use LEGO in your holidays decor – whether that be LEGO ornaments, the LEGO Christmas Village setup, the LEGO Advent Calendars, or something else? Feel free to share your own ideas and designs in the comment section below! 😉
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