LEGO Minifigure Holiday Fun: Make Your Own MiniFigure Family!

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Looking for a unique and cute holiday greeting card to send to friends and family? Create your own LEGO Minifigure Family! It takes just minutes and it's so much fun! You can add up to 13 family members, including your cats and dogs.

3 Steps to Creating your LEGO Minifigure Family

It takes just three steps to create your super cool, total custom LEGO Minifigure Family. Check it out:

Step one: Choose your family members. Add adults, children, babies, cats and dogs. Add names for each family member.

Step Two: Start customizing! Choose your skin tone, facial expression, hat or hair, and outfit for each person in your family. I went with the punk rock girl look for me because that's just who I am.

Keep customizing until your whole family is done. I'm not sure what look Jacob was going for here, but it totally fit him. The only thing that I wished they had was more options for the pet colors. Cooper is a black and white dog. I went with the darkest brown for him instead.

Step 3: Set the scene! Choose from several different backgrounds that best suit your family. Since we were making a holiday card, we chose the really cute Christmas scene in front of the fireplace. Kind of what I always wanted my house to look like for Christmas! They have more holiday scenes as well as fun themes like outerspace, the tropics and more.

 Save or share your picture! I opted to download mine so we'd have it, but you can also share it on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Or you can email it to friends! Check out our little LEGO Minifigure Family!

After you finish customizing your Minifigure family, the fun doesn't end there! Play games, watch LEGO videos and more on the page that appears after you download your picture. This is such a fun little holiday project that doesn't take much time. Perfect for those busy days when you want to do something together in between mad dashes to activities, work and school.

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