Do you have a LEGO fan in your household? Impress and surprise them this December with a unique, homemade LEGO advent calendar.
Smaller LEGO products are perfect for making your own advent calendar, and here’s a great selection of minifigs and tiny sets to help count down the days until Christmas.
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Perfect Minifigures for your LEGO advent calendar
This set of four surprise LEGO Batman minifigs is perfect if you have a LEGO fan at home that also happens to like Batman.
Released in 2018, this is a limited series of 20 minifigs, so you have to get in quick...
We're Disney fans here at Pixamoo, so if anybody were to make an advent calendar for us... Hint hint, nudge nudge.
This set of four random surprise LEGO minifigure bags is perfect if you're making a LEGO advent calendar for Disney fans.
There's nothing better for collectors and complete finishers than to have a complete set of... Stuff!
Presenting the complete set of 12 minifigures making up series 22. The set includes robot inventor, chili girl, forest spirit, wheelchair racer and many others.
Being a complete set, there's only a few available, so get in quickly.
Our little LEGO world got turned upside down once we learnt about the LEGO brick separater tool.
Apparently it's been around since 1990, but we only found out about it in the 2010s. Living under a rock much?
Anyways, this tool is super useful for taking apart sets and separating bricks that are stuck together. Oh, and it fits perfectly in an advent calendar.
Bags of LEGO fun
Did you know it takes just 35 pieces to build a LEGO hovercraft?
It's all in the bag here. And the bag is a perfect size to put in the advent calendar.
What a great way to start your advent morning, putting together a little LEGO CITY set.
And now for the big one…
Round out the advent calendar with a small LEGO box set on the last day. I mean, it’s Christmas! It only happens once … a year!