LEGO Santa Claus

LEGO Santa Claus

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The LEGO Santa is a fun home Christmas decoration. Being pretty big in size this is quite a substantial decoration that is perfect for a range of uses, this makes an ideal Christmas tree decoration though and even has a hole in the top where you can place string to attach the LEGO Santa Claus to the tree.

Santa is made from 42 pieces that you build yourself so this LEGO Santa could be a gift for a child, maybe in a stocking, and then after it is built this could be used to decorate your home. Made from LEGO this is a fun little gift that really does look like Santa Claus with his unmistakable red hat, black belt and red jacket. If you have a large LEGO collection you could even make your own Santa Claus just like this!

For the very small price of £2.95 the LEGO Santa Claus proves to be a great little addition to the Christmas decor. Along with the Christmas tree decoration that matches with the Santa Claus this is fun and very cheap. This is well worth buying for Christmas and if your a LEGO fan it's even more fun. The LEGO Santa Claus is highly recommended as some festive fun.

BRICKGO Webmaster Comments

This is a fun festive stocking filler idea from LEGO. You could easily make the Santa Claus yourself from existing bricks.

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