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Lego Creator Expert Gingerbread House

Lego Creator Expert Gingerbread House

There’s a new Lego Gingerbread House available from the Lego Store and I was lucky enough to receive it on Saturday from my lovely husband! When I first heard about it I was pretty excited. It was back in 2015 that I built my last Lego gingerbread house, definitely time to add another one to the display!

Lego Creator Expert Gingerbread House

Fortunately we live close to a Lego Store and as we are VIP members we were able to pick one up, although I think non-VIPs can buy this set from the 1st of October. It’s part of their Creator Expert range, with 1477 pieces, and designed for ages 12 and over.

Lego Creator Expert Gingerbread House

This is quite a large set, measuring over 8” (21cm) high, 10” (26cm) wide and 5” (13cm) deep. Inside the box were about 10 bags of Lego, two instruction booklets and a sticker sheet. The set took a few hours to build with my children desperate to help me.

It was fun to build and I quite liked that everyone made a bit of it. It’s part of the Creator range but we didn’t find it particularly difficult to build. The set includes a lovely gingerbread house with lots of detail, a gingerbread man and lady figure with baby, a Christmas tree with presents and toys.

building the Lego Gingerbread House

We followed the instruction booklet and loved watching the set come together. The outside of the house is decorated with candy-cane columns, frosted roofs with colourful candy buttons and pink and purple windows. Turn the house around and you can see inside the gingerbread house with a kitchen, lounge, bathroom and bedroom.

2019 Lego Gingerbread House

There are tons of details from the chocolate bed and cotton candy lamp to the stockings hanging by the fire. The set includes a light brick in the fireplace which is a fun feature, it shows on both sides of the house and it switches on when you push the smoke coming out of the chimney.

Special elements include a new-for-August-2019 gold bar element in tan (making up the bed) and transparent 1×1 glitter bricks in purple (in the windows). What do you think? Would you buy it? It’s already on display in our house and will make a great decoration for Christmas (and probably throughout the year too!).


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    Jane Brown
    September 26, 2019 at 12:07 pm

    I would love to get this to add to my Christmas Lego display, but will have to step up the ebaying first to justify the cost.

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    November 8, 2019 at 9:52 pm

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