If you have a LEGO Modular Buildings or regular LEGO City buildings setup, it’s a fun pastime to decorate them during the holiday season. For Halloween, you can decorate the houses with pumpkins, spooky ghosts and spider webs, and dress up your minifigs as trick-or-treaters going door to door. Fall colors like yellows, oranges, and browns work well for Thanksgiving, and your minifigs can enjoy a Thanksgiving feast. Then, it’s time for Christmas decorations with lights, red, green, gold and white colors, Christmas trees, snowy roofs… you get the idea. 🙂
LEGO has all kinds of decorative elements for the holiday season, like the pieces in the newly released #10267 LEGO Creator Gingerbread House. And there are also LEGO customizers who make specialty pieces for the holidays that make it easy to change the mood of your LEGO city diorama. Today, I wanted to show you some decorative window options by one of my favorite customers, EclipseGRAFX.
EclipseGRAFX makes four custom designed windows for Halloween. They are printed in full color on official LEGO clear 4×6 windowpane pieces. Designs include two zombie minifigs, a couple of ghosts, spider webs with spider, and caution tape. You have a choice of having the designs on plain windowpanes, or with an added printed on frame (by the way, the framed windows are also available as a regular piece without the spookiness). You can purchase the Halloween windowpanes individually ($4 each), or as a 4-pack ($12). Please note that you will need to attach these windowpanes to standard 4×6 window frames (which you probably already have plenty if you have a city layout). You can get the Halloween windows at EclipseGRAFX.com.
The Christmas windows are also available either as a 4-pack or individually. They include Santa with a Merry Christmas sign (would be perfect as a shop window), holly, Christmas lights, and falling snow. I really like that all the decorations are mimicking actual LEGO pieces, so they perfectly blend in with LEGO buildings. You can get the Halloween windows at EclipseGRAFX.com.
While you visit the EclipseGRAFX website, check out their other printed LEGO pieces as well. They have a huge selection of all kinds of unique and interesting designs that you never knew existed.
What do you think? Do you decorate your LEGO city for the holidays? What pieces and techniques do you use? And how do you like these Halloween and Christmas windows by EclipseGRAFX? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉
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