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Hi Friends!

I have a super cute ornament to show you today. Actually, my little guy built it, and he asked me to feature it on the blog, so of course, I was more than happy to do this! He said he got the idea from a magazine, but he tweaked the design to make it his own. They learn fast, don’t they?! Anyway, this kiddo absolutely loves Legos, so he made his very own Lego snowman ornament. Isn’t it cute?!

snowman ornament made from legos on a christmas tree



I shouldn’t have been surprised. After all, he could easily spend hours building new things with Legos. But, I thought it was sweet that he decided to go beyond the usual cars, planes and anything related to Star Wars. It’s funny, because he told me the exact order of building the snowman too. If you have kids, they’ll probably understand right away. So, here we go.

These are the Lego pieces he used to build the snowman.

lego bricks used to make a lego snowman


He attached the medium-sized white bricks to the back of the longest brick, and then he added the shortest white bricks on top. This forms the snowman’s body.

white legos for snowman body


Then, he attached the small buttons to the front of the body and added the round circles on top of the small buttons.

how to make a lego snowman


Next, he added the small orange piece to the center of the smallest circle to form the carrot nose. 

orange lego for snowman nose


He used black bricks to make the hat. The top piece has a little hole, and I looped some festive red and white twine through the opening in the brick, and voila — a Lego snowman ornament!

snowman made from legos with red and white twine to hang on tree


I think he looks so sweet hanging on the tree, and my little Lego lover was so proud that he thought of this all by himself. 

make a lego snowman ornament to hang from christmas tree


He did ask if he would be paid — what a budding businessman! I think my kids are slowly taking over the blog, because I have another Lego craft to show you later — one my daughter made, but it makes a great gift and it’s not just for the holidays! 

Thanks so much for visiting. Enjoy your day!

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  1. Dee M says:

    Thanks, Jan. We have so many Legos around here that I love when they find something to do with them! šŸ™‚

  2. Jan Lauterbach says:

    That is cute and something easily done with all the small pieces hanging around.