Bring some festive spirit to your LEGO Star Wars ships this holiday season! Join two LEGO® Star Wars designers, Jens and Michael in Denmark, who will walk you through how to decorate your Star Wars models for the holiday season. In this video, you’ll learn: 0:35 – How to decorate Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor including snow runners, Christmas tree styled wings, and candy canes
1:50 – How to decorate General Grievous’s Starfighter including candy canes and a few other nice decorations
2:38 – How to decorate 501st Legion™ Clone Troopers set including Santa’s sleigh and some candy canes
3:45 – Another LEGO model designer, Chris, shows you how to build some really fun, holiday themed mini builds from your own sets.
If you want some more holiday inspiration for what you can do with your Star Wars models, check out our other videos!
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