Lego Christmas Village Update

I've posted before about our Lego Christmas Village - it all started three Christmases ago, when we bought Santa's Workshop. Last year we added The Bakery. My son was so excited about the prospect of creating a winter scape that he designed "Main Street" - the base for all the shoppes and holiday revelers to gather. Lego had a custom design site where you built your virtual, custom Lego creation - then you could buy all the pieces and create the actual thing at home. So the boy measured out how big our village was going to be, designed a road (complete with a bend in it) and ordered the pieces required to build it. The buildings are Lego Sets you can buy - my son only designed the road that runs through Main Street. And he sets up where everything goes (which takes a lot of planning on his part!).

Here's our busy Main Street - the horse carriages are popular this year.
Busy Sidewalks This Christmas Season

Coming right at the horses - the modern snow plow - this came with our new Winter Cottage.
The Snow Plow

We're able to spread all the little elements out - the carolers have their own little city square this year:
Carol The Bells

The Toy Shoppe:
Santa's Toy Shoppe

Is next to the Bakery:

The skiers are coming into town:

There's an ice rink in town:

Even a photographer to capture all the action:
Someone's Always Taking a Picture

I don't have a picture of the completed Winter Cottage because it just got set up yesterday and these pictures were taken the previous week - I hope to get it done this week along with addressing Christmas cards, making cookies and the list goes on and on!

Lego Christmas Village, 2012

Linked to Mosaic Monday.

Vee  – (December 9, 2012 at 8:05 PM)  

It is so completely charming. I love what your sons have looks terrific.

Vee  – (December 9, 2012 at 8:06 PM)  

Wait a minute...just one son created all that? Wow!

Anonymous –   – (December 9, 2012 at 8:12 PM)  

It's just so beautiful. You have to wonder why Lego discontinued this. :-( So glad you ordered it when you could.

~Lavender Dreamer~  – (December 9, 2012 at 8:22 PM)  

That is just the cutest thing I've ever seen with Legos! Well....I better be careful saying that! My 4 sons grew up playing with Legos and they built some pretty imaginative things! In fact, I'll send them a link to your post! They are all grown now but I happen to know they still play with Legos! heehee! Happy Holidays! A beautiful holiday creation indeed!

tinajo  – (December 10, 2012 at 1:03 AM)  

This is just wonderful, I haven´t seen this kind of Christmas LEGO sets anywhere in Sweden but I love the little houses and everything else! :-)

Snap  – (December 10, 2012 at 5:52 AM)  

Oh, my goodness! This is marvelous. I love Legos and my grandson has just started his Lego journey. I think I'm going to send a link to your post to his mom! :D :D

Becky  – (December 10, 2012 at 4:15 PM)  

This is fabulous. I've also sent a link to my son so he could see. He might have even gotten into the holiday decorating if we had that. :)

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography  – (December 19, 2012 at 8:55 AM)  

I love your Lego village. I've never seen it before. How fun to have something you share with your family each year. Merry Christmas.

Kaye  – (December 19, 2012 at 10:51 PM)  

I absolutely love it!! I want a Lego Christmas village.

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