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LEGO Ideas Family Tree Available for Pre-Order

Back in 2022, there was a contest on LEGO Ideas in collaboration with Target stores with the theme, “What Does Family Mean to You?” After hundreds of submissions, and the fan vote phase of the contest, the LEGO Ideas team announced the winner; Your Family Tree by Filipino LEGO fan, Ivan Guerrero, a.k.a. Bulldoozer.

Yesterday, LEGO revealed the final design and release date of the set, now titled, #21346 LEGO Ideas Family Tree. Ivan’s beautiful family tree concept was brought to life as an official LEGO Ideas set by LEGO Model Designer Laura Perron and Graphic Designer Ashwin Visser.

The model comes with 1,040 pieces and is the perfect set to personalize for your family. With holders on hooks for photos and other family memorabilia to accessories such as seasonal foliage, a toy plane and a kite that you can place in the tree’s branches, and 4 bird boxes, 2 birds, and a Filipino butterfly. There are also flower elements to place on the grass-colored base, plus lots of other items to customize the idyllic scene, including binoculars, food elements, roller skates, and a magnifying glass.

In addition, the base of the tree doubles as a convenient hidden storage solution for the accessories and small builds that are included so you can easily swap them out when needed without rummaging through your entire LEGO collection.

The #21346 LEGO Ideas Family Tree will be available via official LEGO stores from February 1st, however, you can already pre-order at the Online LEGO Shop. Prices are as follows: $79.99 / €89.99 / £79.99. For more information, and the pre-order the set, visit the LEGO Ideas section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the LEGO Ideas Family Tree? Are you planning to get it? How would you use it for your family? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • yoladiel January 5, 2024, 10:14 AM

    The tree is not bad, but the original had customizable minifigs and a baby. They should have included those.

    • j.j January 5, 2024, 10:57 AM

      Not only that, but they didn’t include the picture frames. I suppose they wanted to keep the price of the set as low and affordable as possible.

  • Håkan January 5, 2024, 1:03 PM

    That’s some ample Campbell, there. Seems Lego will get their money’s worth for the new Reddish Orange color…

  • Eriks lego January 5, 2024, 8:08 PM

    Why is the tree black? Brown would be so much better.

    • Master Builder January 7, 2024, 6:36 PM

      Maybe they wanted to differentiate it from the Winnie the Pooh tree and the Tree House set. But I agree, brown would be more traditional.

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