LEGO Brick Christmas Tree How To Tutorial

LEGO Brick Christmas Tree How To Tutorial


Happy Holidays from Jaystepher. Presenting a tutorial on a Christmas tree
complete with star, stand, and lights. Let’s take a look at the 134 parts
that we’re going to be using to create our Christmas tree. Let’s start off with the brown: You’re going to need two 2 by 2 round bricks with cross, two 1 by 2 plates, and two 2 by 6 plates. Now for the green bricks, we’re going to use two 1 by 2 bricks, two 1 by 4 bricks, two 2 by 2 bricks, two 2 by 3 bricks, two 2 by 4 bricks, thirty-six 1 by 2 45-degree slope roof tiles, eight 2 by 2 45-degree slope roof tiles, and eight 30-degree slope 1 by 3roof tiles. Next let’s take a look at the green plates: You’re going to need two 1 by 2 plates, two 1 by 4 plates, two 2 by 2 plates, six 2 by 3 plates, one 2 by 4 plate, two 2 by 6 plates, two 2 by 8 plates, one 4 by 4 plate, four 1 by 2 by 2 corner plate, and one 2 by 2 round plate with cross. And finally we’re going to use one 1 by 1 brick with four knobs, five 1 by 1 nose cones transparent yellow, one 1 by 1 transparent yellow round brick, six clear transparent studs, six transparent red studs, six transparent blue studs, six transparent yellow studs, six transparent orange studs, and six transparent green studs. So let’s get started! Let’s begin the base of our Christmas tree. I’m going to take a 2 by 6 brown plate and two 1 by 2 brown plates, we’re going to flip the 2 by 6 over. We’re going to place the 1 by 2s on both ends, and I’m going to use another 2 by 6 plate we’re going to place it right here in the center. That will give us a base. Let’s use now two 2 by 2 round bricks with center cross, we’re going to stack both of these one on top of one another. This into the trunk of our tree.
We’re going to place it right on top of our little stand. This will be the stand for our tree. Now let’s begin the construction of the tree. Set this off to the side here. We’re going to take a 2 by 8 green plate. I’m going to use two 2 by 6 green plates, we’re going to place them
on both sides of the 2 by 8. And two 1 by 4 plates, put them on both sides here. This is going to be the very first layer of our tree. Now let’s start building up the center here. Give our tree some strength. We’re going to take two 2 by 3 bricks,
we’re going to place them right here in the middle. And one on the other side followed by two 1 by 4 bricks. We’re going to place them one here and one on top. And finally we’re going to use two 1 by 2 bricks. This is going to add a lot of strength to the base. Now we’re going to use eight 2 by 2
45-degree slope roof tiles. We’re going to place one right here. And I’m going to place another one on this corner here. I’m just gong to rotate this around. Pace another one here, and another slope here. This is going to start locking our 1 by 4 plates together. And you can obviously notice a pattern that we’re doing the same thing on all four sides. Keep things symmetric. Now we’re going to use four 1 by 2 45-degree slope roof tiles, we’re just going to come in here and we’re going to fill these holes like so. Now to strengthen up the top,
we’re going to use a 2 by 8 plate. We’re going to place it right in the middle here. Now use two 2 by 3 plates, place them along both side of that 2 by 8 plate. And finally we’re going to use four 1 by 2 by 2 corner plates, we’re going to … corner bricks … corner plates … we’re going to place them right here on all the corners. And there’s our first half of our tree. Now I want to come in and I want to put lights on my tree. So we’re going to start with the bottom row first. Grab some 1 by 1 transparent studs, I’m just going to simply place a yellow right here, and maybe put a red here. It doesn’t matter what the color layout is.
You can put the colors any way you like. Just decorate the thing with lights at the bottom. These are going to simulate lights. Put a transparent green here in the corner. You can do this anyway you like. Let’s take two more.
I guess I can put another white and an orange. We got our lights at the bottom. Now we’re going to use two 2 by 4 bricks, we’re just going to place them right here in the middle of our first layer. Begin our second layer of our tree. Now what I want to do is come in here. I want to put some transparent studs
right here on these corners. I’m just going to grab a couple more studs. We’re just going to simply drop them down like so. Any color will be fine. And let’s put a white here. Now we’re going to use twelve
1 by 2 45-degree slope roof tiles. We’re going to place one right here. We’re going to need another one on this side where our light’s at. And finally, a slope facing this way. And we’re just going to take our tree, rotate it, and we are going to do the same process again to give our tree some realistic character. There we go. Now let’s use a 2 by 2 plate. We’re going to place it here in the middle. Now we’re going to use four 2 by 3 plates. We’re going to place them on top of our slopes. Like so. And that is our second layer of our tree. And you can see it’s starting to come along really nice. To begin our third layer, take a 2 by 2 green brick,
we’re going to place it right in the middle like so. We’re going to take four 30-degree slope roof tiles. These are 1 by 3s. I’m going to grab a cleat stud.
We’re going to place it along the edge here. Any color’s fine. And we’re going to drop it down,
and this is going to give us some character here like we have lights hanging off our branches. The same way goes for the other three sides. Simply just place another one here. And try to keep where you have different color lights. You don’t want to have too many of the same color in a row. And our last branch. Now let’s take four more 45-degree slope roof tiles. We’re going to place them along the left side
of our thirty degree slope. It’s the same all the way around. And finally, four more 45-degree slope roof tiles, we’re going to place them on the other side. And to top it off,
a 4 by 4 green plate to lock it all in place. And there is our third layer of our Christmas Tree. To start off our fourth layer, take another 2 by 2 brick. Place it here in the middle. We’re going to need four more 45-degree sloped tiles. We’re going to place them like so on all four corners. Now we’re going to take four more
45-degree slope roof tiles. I’m going to flip it over.
I’m going to place some more clear studs on the edge like so. And we’re just going to drop it down in out little slot here. This is going to give us more lights. Do the same thing for the other sites. And our last slope. And top cap off our fourth row, I’m going to take a 2 by 4 plate. Place it on the top here. And finally two 1 by 2 plates. And there is the fourth row of our tree. Fourth layer. Before we can start our fifth layer, I want to take four transparent studs.
I want to place them along the this corner here and one here. I want to add some more lights to the tree branches. So I’m going to start dropping more transparent studs. Now simply take four 30-degree slope
1 by 3 roof tiles. I’m going to start placing some studs underneath for lights. I’m just going to simply drop it down like so. And our last branch.himself And to crown off our fifth layer, a 2 by 2 green plate. Now for our sixth layer, I’m going to take
the remaining 1 by 2 45-degree slope roof tiles. I’m going to place more lights on the bottom like so. We’re just going to set them down on top of our plate. Everything lined up here. And our last branch. And to finally lock the top in place, I’m just going to take a 2 by 2 round plate with cross and drop it on the top. And there’s the basic structure of the Christmas tree. A Christmas tree is not complete without a star. I’m simply going to use a 1 by 1 brick with four knobs. Take a 1 by 1 transparent yellow round brick We’re going to place it along the bottom here of our knob brick. And take five 1 by 1 round cones, place them on all the knobs and the stud at the top. And our last cone. I want to come in here and I want to set the round brick portion right in the middle here So we got that ordainment. And finally I want to take my stand,
I want to attach it to the bottom of my tree. We’re just going to set it right here in the middle. And there’s the Christmas tree. And there is our Christmas tree complete with star stand, and lights. It looks real realistic.
Rough. The branches. And the slopes add extra character. This is great for any holiday theme. Thank you for watching!

6 thoughts on “LEGO Brick Christmas Tree How To Tutorial

  1. Fantastic video you did a fantastic job thanks for your help I built this tree in LEGO World's so now I have a tree for my house thank you 😊😊😊🎄🎄🎄

  2. How do you bield that stuff and you are vere cool at bielding legos can you make a baseball ov legos. And mey be a football . I whish i was you

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