Lego tree

Explore our top Lego tree ideas and bring the magic of nature into your Lego creations. Build your own unique and vibrant Lego tree to inspire hours of imaginative play.
#1350 TECHNIQUES: Tree and bush techniques by brickdesigned Crafts, Legos, Building Techniques, Bricks, Tree, Lego Tree, Amazing Lego Creations, Lego Construction, Lego Wall

Today we're looking at how you can add some greenery to your builds! brickdesigned on Instagram has so many fantastic builds on his account, but some of our favourite are his trees and bushes that are ingenious yet simple too. Check out the images for building the 4 featured examples and make sure to follow brickdesigned on Instagram if you're not already: https://www.instagram.com/brickdesigned/

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Tammy Lee
Admire the intricate details, including tiny hidden frogs in the pink blooms. Display on a wooden LEGO stand, included with the set. Each display is unique with custom arrangements for the interchangeable leaves Legos, Lego Store, Shop Lego, Bonsai Tree Price, Tree, Lego Catalog, Lego Building, Botanical Collection, Botanica

Bring nature into your home or office with the stunning LEGO Bonsai Tree. Build your own tranquil bonsai tree with interchangeable green leaves or pink cherry blossoms. Admire the intricate details, including tiny hidden frogs in the pink blooms. Display on a wooden LEGO stand, included with the set. Each display is unique with custom arrangements for the interchangeable leaves. This part of the LEGO Botanical Collection is made from plant-based plastic, sustainably sourced.

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Ebbs
Autumn Tree | The monthly mini competition on merlins-beard … | Flickr Natal, Halloween, Legos, Lego, Noel, Lego Art, Cool Lego, Lego Pictures, Lego Design

The monthly mini competition on merlins-beard is to build your best tree. I find trees very difficult to get looking good. I think for me 'best tree' is something that I will always be chasing, but never quite get! Anyway, is a tree, probably not a best tree, but one I'm pretty happy with. I tried a new technique based on this design by Brother Steven. I like it as it uses pieces that are common and easy to find, and I think looks quite effective.

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Josh Hardy