Serve Some Snowballs and Christmas Cookies for a Cozy, Minifigure Holidays

snowballs christmas cookies

If you’re still thinking of adding more fun to your Winter Village MOC, then why not throw in some snowballs and Christmas cookies on the side? And what better way to do it than to install some vending machines for your minifigures to burn some cash?

Where to get these, you may ask? Just head over to our official storefront to pre-order your Custom LEGO Snowballs and Christmas Cookies Vending Machines powered by Build Better Bricks. Yep, they really do exist in minifigure town or whatever your imagination can creatively conjure. The Brick Show Shop is currently running a pre-order promo on these two, where you can have them at marked-down prices for as low as 25% off.

Snowballs Custom LEGO Vending Machine

35 new and authentic LEGO pieces | $19.99 | Release date on December 15

Made with all the minifigure conveniences in mind, these custom LEGO vending machines are just the right size for your minifig’s cravings for some classic ol’ snowball fights or some scrumptious, sweet Christmas cookie treats. Made with new and authentic LEGO parts, these custom LEGO mini-builds also come with high-quality printed instructions.

Christmas Cookies Custom LEGO Vending Machine

35 new and authentic LEGO pieces | $19.99 | Release date on December 15

Since they are made from brand-new LEGO pieces, don’t be fooled by the amazing editing skills of our designer – these vending machines were rendered in such a way that they looked very worn out and used. The demands for minifigure snowballs and cookies were quite off the charts this season, lol.

This pre-order sale will run starting today until December 14 so be sure to grab this opportunity while supplies last. And though this year’s winter village set in the form of LEGO Icons Holiday Main Street (10308) may be temporarily out of stock, you can still grab some of the best LEGO winter village sets over at Amazon such as last year’s Santa’s Visit (10293) and 2020’s Elf Club House (10275).

 

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

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