Celebrate the Holidays with LEGO Minifigure Holiday Cards

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Seeing the word LEGO brings back lots of memories for me. My little brother used to have thousands of these little plastic blocks scattered throughout our house. He used to spend hours building things, whether from a pre-determined kit or using his own imagination. It’s totally true that it hurts when you step on them too!

This holiday season, I learned about making LEGO Minifigure Holiday Cards. Every member of your family can be turned into a LEGO figure in order to wish your family and friends a Merry Christmas!

Creating a LEGO Minifigure family that resembled mine was very easy. In three steps, I was ready to share my card with the world! Step One involves creating each person for your family. You can choose from skin tones, hats/hair, torsos, and legs. You can also personalize the card with the names of your family members.

Step Two is all about choosing the background scene. I considered doing a beach theme, but decided instead to go with a cozy house. My son loved the background I chose because of the tree! In this step, you can also move your family member around to get them exactly where you want them.

The final step was about sharing your card with family and friends. You could email the holiday card or download it for printing or sharing on your own. I like the cute card that I ended up with, and I will definitely be sending it to a few of my family and friends.

Be sure to make your own LEGO Minifigure Family holiday card!

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  1. says

    We don’t have any littles in our home and we still love LEGOS. We can’t wait until my nephews are here for the Christmas vacation so we have a reason to the LEGO Discovery Center here in town. It would look kind of creepy to go in without kids, lol. I’m so making one of these and putting it on Facebook.

  2. Jennifer @ The Quirky Momma says

    I had so much fun making a LEGO family Christmas Card! My younger boys thought it was so cool that they could create LEGO scenes with our family. I posted my LEGO card all over the place, too.

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