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Spookify your LEGO sets for Halloween!

With Halloween coming up in a couple of days you can think about creating a LEGO Halloween decoration. In fact, LEGO has a fun challenge on their homepage encouraging you to “Spookify Your LEGO Sets”, which sounds like a really good idea and fun thing to do! 🙂

LEGO Halloween Challenge

If you own the #10228 LEGO Monster Fighters Haunted House, or any of the other LEGO Monster Fighters sets you will have an easy job, as these sets already have a spooky, Halloween vibe. Perhaps you can add lights or trick-or-treaters to the displays for some added fun. 😈

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And if you have a LEGO City layout or if you own any of the LEGO Modular Buildings, you can turn the whole scene into a Halloween street party, like flickr member Kvasir79 has done in the picture below.

LEGO Halloween Street Party by Kvasir79

Or how about something like this, where LEGO is mixed up with other craft items to create the right mood for Halloween? This setup was made by LEGO fan Matt Thompson. Those masks look wonderful!

LEGO Halloween by Matt Thompson

And if you don’t want to make something too scary, how about focusing on the fun of trick-or-treating? But watch out for the poisoned apple! This cute LEGO creation is made by Brickbaron.

LEGO Halloween by Brickbaron

You can also just make a small LEGO Halloween display, using some of your spookiest minifigs and a few LEGO props in front of an appropriate backdrop, like flickr member Dex has done.

LEGO Halloween by Dex

Even just a few LEGO skeletons with the right kind of lighting can set the mood. Here, Lord Pumpkin is gathering an army of skeletons under the full moon, as created by Legoagogo.

LEGO Halloween by Legoagogo

And here is one of my favorite LEGO Halloween creations by flickr member sweetsha. Creative, funny, and full of character! Great use of the eyes from the new LEGO Mixels sets! 🙄

LEGO Halloween by sweetsha

And of course you can always just make a cute LEGO Halloween pumpkin! We have talked about these before, and you can find instructions on how to make different kind of LEGO pumpkins, linked at the end.

LEGO Halloween Set

I hope these Halloween LEGO creations give you some inspiration to make your own Halloween decorations. What do you think? Are you making something from LEGO for this Halloween? Feel free to share in the comment section below! Happy Halloween! 😉

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  • legogeek October 29, 2014, 11:09 AM

    I don’t do Halloween because it originated by worshiping evil in order for it to not harm people. but I like how he did the dress.

    • Jake October 29, 2014, 11:05 PM

      Yeah…but now all Halloween is is a time to get free candy…

  • jabber-baby-wocky October 29, 2014, 11:15 AM

    Some excellent ideas here. Thanks for the tips! I can use some of these!

  • Xevo October 29, 2014, 2:46 PM

    Psssst nearly every major holiday we celebrate in America was co-opted from a Pagan holiday by the Catholic Church. Make sure to not celebrate Christmas, either, as that’s not when Jesus was born!

    • legogeek October 29, 2014, 4:37 PM

      oh, trust me I know! lol And don’t let me tell you what the Christmas tree represents, yuck.

      • Strider October 30, 2014, 7:33 PM

        Not to be offensive to anyone else at all, but I don’t do those holidays either, nice to see others as well as me.

        • admin October 31, 2014, 9:42 AM

          You can consider holidays as important spiritual events, misguided religious events, or as some social fun. None of them are harmful if they bring people together to share some love and smiles… and candy, of course. 😛

          • Strider October 31, 2014, 11:39 PM

            True, candy is never wrong 😀 Everyone can have different takes on different subjects. Except for Lego, because everyone knows that’s always awesome 🙂

    • Noah November 1, 2014, 11:35 AM

      The christmas tree was made by greeks that worshiped a giant tree, until a Christian came about god and things, but they didn’t believe him. So he cut the tree down, the ones who thought the tree was a god were al terrified, but, nothing happened and the Christian ended up teaching them about christ.

      The End.

  • BLProductions October 29, 2014, 2:55 PM

    Quite nice! Great designs all around. 🙂 I especially like the Snow White one – the letters are fantastic – and Lord Pumpkin. The position he’s in makes him look like he’s actually moving! I wonder how his head is lit up, is there a light inside, or are visual effects added? 😕 I like the rock on the witch one as well. Thanks for sharing!

    • admin October 29, 2014, 3:38 PM

      I’m pretty sure the head is real light. Legoagogo is known for his light-effects. 🙂

      • BLProductions October 29, 2014, 9:53 PM

        Really? So, I guess he put a mini light bulb into the minifig’s head, and the light radiated out of it at the top and bottom. Pretty neat! But I thought the pumpkin head was solid orange? How do you make light shine out of that? 😕

        • admin October 30, 2014, 11:52 AM

          If you put a bright LED light inside a minifig’s head it will glow through. Try it! 😉

  • Purple Ninja of Power October 29, 2014, 3:50 PM

    Aww that’s cute

  • Håkan October 30, 2014, 8:06 PM

    Hmm, that whole witch rock is built upside-down for some reason. Maybe it was simpler for attaching the greenery.

    • admin October 31, 2014, 9:40 AM

      Oh, I haven’t even noticed that! 😀

  • Strider October 31, 2014, 11:42 PM

    I like the classic castle witch. And the letters on the Trick or Treat building have a very cozy look to them.

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