Build LEGO Minifigure Holiday Cards for Free

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Do you have LEGO fans in your household? LEGO’s has always been a family favorite of ours. It truly allows children’s (and adult’s) imaginations to run wild. From princesses to super heroes, they have every type of building set you could ever imagine.

When our kids were as young as 18 months we introduced our kids to their first LEGO sets. My husband and I would sit on the floor with them for hours building all sorts of forts, castles, and towers. We now have collections of LEGO sets, Wii games, and computer games. My daughter has gotten totally pulled into the game Minecraft. This is where you can build cities and towns all by using blocks. It is truly amazing to see the creativity that people possess.

LEGO minifigure holiday cards

Now LEGO has devised another type of experience for you and your family with the LEGO Minifigure Family. You can exercise your imagination by creating a holiday greeting card using all customizable minifigurines to represent your family members. This is such a cute way to represent your family without trying to get the perfect photo for your card.

This is such a cute way to get your LEGO fans involved with the holiday season. All you have to do is go to the LEGO Minifigure Family website and click on “Get Started”. From there you can add up to 13 minifigures to represent you and your family, including dogs and cats. You get to choose skin tone, facial expressions, outfits and hat, hair, and  more.

Once you have created your family, you can then go to the next option, which is choosing your background and adding text. There are many cute backgrounds to choose from, including you and your family in front of a large hearth, standing on a beach,  in front of a house, and many more. It is such a cute and fun way to create your holiday cards this year!

Head on over there today and see what LEGO Minifures you use to create your family.

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I am a work from home mom who dearly loves her 14-year-old daughter, 10-year-old boy/girl twins, and husband. I love my life, and feel very blessed by what God has provided for me.

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  1. My son just loved Legos when he was younger. What a cute idea!
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  2. Jenna Wood says:

    This reminds me of those window decals with the stick figure families, too fun!

  3. That is just adorable. I had no idea you could do this.
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  4. That is so cool – I’d love to have a Lego family – these look so cute
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  5. This is so neat! We are a huge Lego family!

  6. That’s hilarious. Can you do bigger families?
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  7. I have to go make one of these. My kids will really get a kick out of it.

  8. Ah Legos! I love legos. Those little family figurines are so cute!
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