When I was just a wee lad I remember having legos in the house, but I don’t remember really playing with them. I have three older sisters, so I’m sure they were played with plenty of times. Nowadays that I have my own kids and plenty of nieces and nephews, I see them being played with quite often. It’s neat to see that we’ve come such a long way with this fun toy in that there are different sizes and colors; it makes it a little easier for the younger kids to play with when the pieces are bigger. And who says that just because we’re a bit older we can’t still play, get creative and have fun? These lego crafts are going to blow your mind away!
Lego Crafts Kids Will Love
DIY Lego Rescue Soap – Make hand-washing a game for the kids. The only way to rescue the little lego man is to wash those hands!
Edible Lego Men – These would make the perfect birthday party crafts or goodie bags. We’re always teaching our kids not to play with their food, but now they can.
Homemade Candy Dispenser from Lego – Anyone who loves playing with Legos is going to fall in love with this craft. Getting ridiculously creative here, this one is a must-make.
Balloon Powered Lego Car Craft – These awesome lego cars will fly across the kitchen floor for hours with this cool craft. The air from the balloon pushes it, which will completely keep the kids occupied.
Lego Costume – Straped for cash this Halloween? This is an easy costume to make that uses just a few supplies, and the kids can help make it!
Lego Advent Calendar – The Lego Advent Calendar lets your kids build their own Christmas tree as the month goes on. By the time Christmas arrives, they’ll have their own Christmas tree fully decorated and ready for the holiday festivities.
Nifty Lego Block Coat Hanger – Just by adding some wood projects to your to-do list you will become the coolest mom, grandma or caretaker out there. This coat hanger is great for a play room or even a daycare. The pops of color are great for the little ones.
Classy Lego Display Frame – This isn’t your ordinary way of showcasing your favorite little toys, but it’s a great way to stay clutter-free.
Simple Lego Desk Organizer – Sometimes staring at your desk all day can be quite tedious, but if you add some color and a bit of flare you might enjoy it a bit more. This pencil case organizer can add the perfect little touch.
Crocheted Lego Crafts
Lego Block – Using the bobble stitch you can come up with as many lego blocks as possible for the most unique crocheted afghan.
Lego Block Bag – It’s the perfect bag for the kids to go to camp with. Who doesn’t like a lego-themed bag?
Lego Head Earflap Hat – If you’re looking for something for Halloween or even just the colder months, then this crocheted hat is just the thing.
What creative things have you made with Legos?