Homemade LEGO Gifts

There’s a lot of LEGO bricks lying around. Most can be found in my 15 year old son’s bedroom. What can you do with all those spare parts? He decided years ago to start making presents for all the “occasions” in our lives. This was a good way to save money on buying presents too. Here are a few things he has made. We still display them on our mantle.

Model of the church we were married in. It was an adobe style church that seated about 250 people. This was made for our anniversary one year.

Model of the church we were married in. It was an adobe style church that seated about 250 people. This was made for our anniversary one year.

Closeup view as the bride and groom hold a very large ring. Pastor standing in the background.

Closeup view as the bride and groom hold a very large ring. Pastor standing in the background.

Photographer because I love taking pictures!

Photographer because I love taking pictures!

This is a runner breaking the finish line tape.

This is a runner breaking the finish line tape.

An everlasting rose for Mother's Day.

An everlasting rose for Mother’s Day.

Birthday cake!

Birthday cake!

Mother's Day creation.

Mother’s Day creation.

Don't leave out Dad!

Don’t leave out Dad!

What can you do with those spare LEGO bricks lying around? If you don’t have the right parts, you can always supplement them by buying them ala carte at Bricklink.com.

By | 2017-01-16T16:04:55+00:00 May 12th, 2015|Building, LEGO|0 Comments

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