No Starch Press are back with another festive themed book for Christmas. Once again joining forces with builder extraordinaire Chris McVeigh, The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book Vol 2, showcases even more brick-built creations to adorn your trees. I took a look a the book a few weeks ago and it’s filled with great ideas as well as being extremely well presented. Use it to create a new Christmas tradition, as you and the family can grab some bricks a create amazing Christmas decorations. The LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book Vol. 2 is available now from all good bookstores and in eBook format from Amazon and No Starch.
The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book, Volume 2
16 easy-to-build holiday themed designs
Reviews of the original volume praised author Chris McVeigh’s photography, “varied building style,” and “clever techniques” that teach builders across skill levels. The chapters include a range of designs and simple builds, from holiday classics like a gingerbread man and Christmas tree to more unique builds like an arcade crane game. McVeigh again uses easy-to-build designs and standard bricks so that LEGO fans can build with pieces they already have in their collection or substitute similar bricks to add their own take on a design. San Francisco, CA (December 12, 2018)—The best-selling LEGO Christmas Ornaments Book ($24.95, 220 pp.) is back with a second volume—just in time for the holidays. Volume 2 includes detailed, step-by-step building instructions for 16 new designs that promise to leave no branch bare this holiday season.
Ornament models also include:
- Quirky creations like a retro computer or bite-sized order of fries
- Minimalist, geometric figures
- Favorite Christmas images like a Santa and red-nosed reindeer
- Winter themes like a blizzard
The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book is the perfect holiday activity to bring family and friends together this Christmas.
For a review copy or color spreads of The LEGO® Christmas Ornaments Book, Volume 2 or to schedule an interview with the author, contact Katie Haemmerle at No Starch Press.