Today has seen the LEGO Group launch the Build to Give campaign for 2020, with inspiration shared online for rebuilding LEGO Star Wars sets into Christmas scenes.
Each year, the LEGO Group donates sets to children in need as part of the Build to Give campaign. For every Christmas decoration model shared online, a brand new LEGO set will be donated to a child in need.
As well as sharing instructions for traditional Christmas ornaments, the LEGO Group has provided instructions that show how to rebuild four different Star Wars sets into festive scenes.
75273 Poe Dameron’s X-wing Fighter, 75272 Sith TIE Fighter, 75286 General Grievous’s Starfighter and 75280 501st Legion Clone Troopers are all covered by the bespoke instructions.
This year’s main LEGO Christmas set is 10275 Elf Club House, which provides a glimpse into the world of Santa’s elves, revealing their routine as they sleep, eat and wrap presents. There’s a waffle machine, chimney and sleigh, with a light brick to light up the top floor.
The set complements 10245 Santa’s Workshop, the first fantastical Winter Village release, and last year’s 10267 Gingerbread House.
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The Lego Group, Christmas Day
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