Raise you hand if you have (or if you are!) a LEGO lover. I have two kids who love LEGOS, one of which I would say *extra* loves LEGOs. We almost always add to the LEGO collection during the holidays, and I’m sure this year will be no exception. But this year, we can also start putting some of these eigh gazillion LEGOS to good use – and turn them into Christmas ornaments!
I received a copy of The LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book to review. All opinions are my own. I chose to review this book because I thought it would be fun for my kids and guess what? It totally is.
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The LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book by Chris McVeigh is SO cool. It’s full of great pictures and clear instructions to help kids create some unique LEGO ornaments that they can use for decorating or for gifting.
Every ornament is shown with a pretty picture of the finished product, a list of bricks you need to create it, and step-by-step directions to put it together.
There are directions for everything from a traditional-looking ornament to an old-school computer to a hamburger. They are all seriously adorable.
This book is great fun for my kids, but I also think it would be a fantastic gift for anyone – child or adult – who loves to make things.
You can buy a copy of The LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book by Chris McVeigh here.