Posts Tagged ‘pumpkin’

Happy Hello Kitty Halloween

October 21, 2011


Schneider Cheung has created this adorable set of Hello Kitties all dressed up for Halloween. πŸ™‚

I really like the Skeleton Kitty

And the Vampire Kitty

Not only has he dressed Hello Kitty up as Halloween Characters, but also as iconic McDonald’s characters too


These kitties are so cute you just want to hug them! Of course as they are LEGO, they would be a little sharp, but its worth it. πŸ˜€

The Haunted House I wish I built

October 27, 2010

Haunted House 03

I’ve always wanted to make a truly stunning Haunted House but Tyler Clites did it first. There are so many cool features to this model and the lighting of the photo is excellent.

Haunted House 05
The close up details draw me in and I would love to see this model in person.

Haunted House 06
Even the back is amazing and I love the use of old and light grey for the siding. πŸ™‚

This is such a wonderful Halloween model and I bow down to Tyler’s building skills!

Trick or Treat

October 22, 2010

Trick or Treat

Somebody had to do it sooner or later, but Matthew Hurt got to it first. πŸ™‚

He used several of the Collectible Minifigures as trick or treaters hunting for candy on all hollows eve.

Trick or Treat

I like how he used the tiles and pumpkin’s heads as candy bags. And the house isn’t too bad either. πŸ˜‰

Great job Matthew!

Stackable Halloween Fun

October 12, 2010

Stackable Halloween fun

Although Katie Walker says she’s “officially sick of cheese slope mosaics” she still created this very timely pumpkin and spider mosaic.

If I had made as many cheese slope mosaics I’d probably be tired of making them too. πŸ˜€

Witchy Brew

October 25, 2008

Although I actually built, and even posted this a few years ago on Brickshelf. I figured now was the perfect time to share it again.

Witchy Brew 3

This was actually the first LEGO vignette that I ever did. It was a lot of fun trying to get in all the elements that I wanted into such a small space. I really liked the way the 1×1 slopes worked for a roof and for the smaller pumpkin.

And if you check out the current issue of BrickJournal, I made the instructions for the smaller pumpkin and several other Halloweeny things for a new vignette.