Lego Christmas Decorations You Can Build Yourself

These are fab!

If you like making your own Christmas decorations and ornaments then how about this year making them out of Lego?

Chris McVeigh has unveiled his new 2016 Christmas Collection, a creative collection of festive ornaments which are all created out of Lego blocks. What is even better is that they are all available to buy and build yourself.

You can find all of these brilliant Lego ornaments in Chris’s book The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book which can be purchased now and contains 15 Lego projects to build.

To see more of Chris’s awesome Lego builds you can visit and you can purchase the The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book on Amazon.

Platecraft Ornament – Santa (1X)

Ho ho ho! This 36-piece Platecraft Santa is fun and easy to assemble!


Patchwork Ornament – Red

The Patchwork is a colourful new ornament with three checkerboard-style facades.


Swirl Ornament – Bubblegum

The Swirl is a colourful three-sided ornament with eye-catching curves that will stand out on any tree!


Gingerbread House v4.0

This 2016 update of Chris McVeigh’s classic Gingerbread House design uses medium nougat bricks for that fresh-baked gingerbread look! 134 parts in total.


Flurry Ornament – Lavender

The Flurry is a fun, bright ornament that’s easy to build and very lightweight!


Crinkle Ornament – Candle Flame

The Crinkle is a new spin on a classic design, with subtle curves and a two-tone bow on each facade!


Christmas Tree: Homestead

There’s no place like home for the holidays! This 130-piece Homestead Christmas Tree model is easy to assemble and includes three gifts (as shown) to put under the tree!


Frill – Chartreuse

The Frill is fun and frivolous, adding a bright splash of color to any tree!


Cooper Ornament – Evergreen

The 61-piece Cooper features a streamlined six-sided design that’s easy to build and comparatively lightweight.


Cooper XL: Pumpkin Pie

The Cooper XL is a big, bold ornament that’s built around the same six-sided core as the Cooper.


Written by Danni

Hello my name is Danielle. Owner and previous Editor of That Looks Fab! and Hard-Up Mum. I am an artist and love all things art and design related.


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