LEGO may not be the first thing to come to mind for Halloween, but who says you can’t have a LEGO Halloween? After all, anything can happen during Halloween, and having some LEGO fun is not a bad idea at all.
So why don’t we have a LEGO Halloween and look at the stuff that’s out there?
LEGO Halloween Sets
LEGO does have seasonal sets, and of course, Halloween is part of that. For this year, there are two new sets. I’m sure you and your kids will love them as part of the decorations.
You can get this LEGO Bat and Pumpkin set for $19.99 here.
Vampires are better than bats, aren’t they? They control the power after all. Get this set for $14.99 here.
LEGO Halloween Costumes
We’ve had so many ideas for Halloween costumes, but here are LEGO costumes that will certainly get you inspired.
LEGO MAN Costume Tutorial
This is certainly one of the cutest LEGO costumes I’ve ever seen. Of course, the LEGO Movie has a lot to do with it.
If you – or your kid – want to dress up as Wyldstyle, learn how to do it here. They certainly make it look easy!
And now, for the classic LEGO brick costume.
Not only are these costumes classic, they can also be made out of recycled materials. While you’re having fun during the holidays, you are also doing your part to help the earth. That’s pretty cool, isn’t it?
You can find the instructions for this costume here.
LEGO Halloween Events
There are also official LEGO Halloween events which you can attend. If you’re near a LEGOLAND, then there’s the well-known Brick-or-Treat event. Depending on the location, these events run from early October to early November. Some locations have only a handful of dates when Brick-or-Treat is held, so better check the nearest LEGOLAND.
For the entire month of October, LEGO US has tons of events and promos lined up for its customers. Check out the official LEGO US web site for more details.
Do you have any other LEGO-related costumes, events, or treats for Halloween? Why don’t you share them in the comments? You never know if you get to inspire someone.
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