Last Christmas, we showed you how to make Christmas tree decorations out of LEGO parts – this year, we’ve curated the very best ways to decorate the rest of your house!
LEGO 2-in-1 Christmas Wreath
A must-have in any LEGO-loving home, this 2-in-1 Christmas wreath can be hung on a door or window, or laid flat and adorned with LEGO candles for a festive centrepiece. While the original set is temporarily out of stock, you can, as always, download the instructions from LEGO.com and collect the parts to recreate the set yourself.
LEGO Nativity Set
A nativity set is a quintessential Christmas decoration, but did you know that you can easily make your own out of LEGO parts? This build, created by Frugal Fun 4 Boys, features all of the elements you would expect from a nativity scene – Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus in the manger, a shepherd and his sheep – and all made entirely out of LEGO parts!
LEGO Gingerbread House
One of the most beloved LEGO Creator sets, this gingerbread house is a hard to find and highly coveted set. Thankfully, with a bit of research and luck, you might just be able to track down most of the pieces you’ll need to recreate it – and it will certainly be worth it! This gingerbread house is the perfect addition to any winter village or festive scene.
Create your very own Frosty the Snowman with this simple build, as dreamt up by Tiago Catarino. The perfect kid-friendly Christmas activity, this build doesn’t call for many parts and shouldn’t take too long to build. Once you’ve finished your snowman, you can proudly display him (or her!) on your mantlepiece, windowsill or dining table, or make a whole army of them to take over your house!
It just isn’t Christmas without a visit from Santa’s reindeer, so why not create your own by following the instructions for this LEGO Creator build? Once complete, you can add it to your winter village, attach a string to hang it on your Christmas tree, or use him in your next Elf on the Shelf stunt. The best part? You can change out the nose of this classic reindeer and add a translucent red stud instead to build Rudolph!