Thursday, December 11, 2014

Mini Nauvoo Temple Kit

Legolas has created a new kit for sale!
This Mini Nauvoo Temple kit would make a great stocking stuffer!

113 LEGO pieces
3.75" x 2.5" x 3.5" completed
or 2 for $24.00*
*plus shipping

To order:
1. Email your zip code to Legolas at
2. Pay the invoice we will send you via Paypal
3. We will ship the day we receive the payment


Sunday, December 7, 2014

Cousin Temple

On Thanksgiving our cousins, the Soccer Bricks surprised us with their own LEGO
temple creation. 

I love how they created Moroni!
Way to go Soccer Bricks!

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Brick'em Young

Our neighbor texted us a few months ago telling us we missed our chance to be the first to sell an original brick set of a temple.  Well, we aren't in that market and are so excited someone was able to do it! What a great idea!
They have made their own bricks and have  the Salt Lake and Nauvoo Temples. Also, a Moroni Brick for $5.99!
Go check it out and tell us what you think!

Ogden, Utah Temple

Over a month later, we finished the  Ogden Temple.
We really like the way it turned out

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Guest Build- original design

This family built their own creation of a LEGO Temple during General Conference. Way to go! 

Temple Pins

We hope you are all enjoying the summer. Studette and Mrs Minifigure are heading to Girls Camp this week. Our Stake has a fantastic tradition of making trading pins that the girls swap and get to know one another. The variety of pins ones have made is amazing! 
We decided we just had to make a mini Temple Pin. 
The easiest to make was a mini 
Provo Temple.
We made 4. One for each of us to keep and one for each of us to give away.

We haven't much other Lego building as you can all tell. We have had some neat guest pictures sent our way, though and will share next week! 

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Logan, Utah

Grandmafigure and Grandpafigure have been working on collecting bricks, designing and building the Logan temple for Great-Grandmafigure for about a year!
She wanted a Lego temple that would not be torn down, as ours are.
The result actually brought me to tears.

 Our family has some rich heritage with this temple!!
 I love the bricks they selected!
The reflection pond on the grounds currently, used to be a fountain and a flower bed.
LEGO Logan Temple

Photograph of the Logan Utah Mormon Temple

Logan, Utah Temple
photo from

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Future Legoscenta Temple

Our cousin, Piece out Dude, (6 years old)
built his own temple creation.

Way to go, Dude!

Send us pictures of your LEGO temple creations!!

Friday, May 23, 2014


The fist weekend of May we took 3 of our Lego temples for display at the
Lego Fan event at the South Town Expo Center.
It was pretty fun to meet other Lego fans and be a part of a pretty cool event as this.
I hope they do it again next year!
Here are a couple temples that others had on display there.

 This Salt Lake Temple was built by Quinten Christensen.
This "vintage" Ogden Temple was built by John Hubenthal.
The kids and I met John at the Salt Lake Lego store filling Pick a Brick cups.  
He had a stacking strategy, so I knew he was a pro! We had fun talking to him about how the local Lego Fan group got to build the displays at the Lego store and he told me about this MOC of the Ogden temple he has.

We plan to join the ULUG group----------->
and attend meetings with fellow LEGO fans!
Thanks to our new friends for letting us post their temples on our blog!

Sunday, March 23, 2014

St George

Here is our next creation...
 St. George- The first temple completed in Utah.
The 29th completed on Build In Holy Places.

 St George LEGO Temple
Photograph of the St. George Utah Mormon Temple
St George Temple

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Minecraft Temples

Do you and/or your kids Build Holy Places in Minecraft?
What a great idea! I know Legolas can waste hours on end on Minecraft if we let him.  So we might as well help him do something worthwhile while he's on there!th
This one is built by our cousin, Mr Yellow Hands.  He created our new logo up in the corner.  Yep, he's a pretty talented artist that knows his way around a computer!! 
It looks like the Draper Temple to me.
Nauvoo Temple
This one is from our dear friend, Devanie!
Great job!
Email us  your Minecraft Temple Creations!!

Monday, February 17, 2014

Oquirrh Mountain Temple

We have had quite a few ask us where we have disappeared to, well:
1. This year's Sunday schedule makes our temple building much more difficult!
We love having afternoon church, but we don't get around to things like Building with LEGOs as often, or for as long.
2. We started building the San Diego Temple and got stuck with the spires. Do you know how many spires are on that temple?  There are two large ones, 8 medium, then like 16 small ones! Not that we didn't realize that before building! .
We love the mini version that Andrew Johnson has on his Mocpage
We thought we'd make it normal size and simplify it, but we still didn't make it work.  YET
 So after more than a month, we postponed that build and moved onto the
Oquirrh Mountain Temple.
 Beautiful Temple, and ONE spire:)
Oquirrh Mountain LEGO Temple
Photograph of the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Mormon Temple
Oquirrh Mountain LDS Temple

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Sr Primary boys' temple

We had the oldest boys from our primary over a few months ago to practice a song for the Primary Program.
They were getting a little restless and I told them they could build a LEGO temple if they sang it their very best 2 more times.
Wow, why didn't I think of that earlier?  Their voices really told me that the "Priesthood is Restored"

I took a photo after a few of them had to leave, but here is what they ended up with!


Sunday, January 5, 2014

Mexico City

Bob the Builder's rendition of the Mexico City Temple.
 This was made with our current Lego kit, with a green base plate and 24 2x2x2 slant bricks added.
Built by a 9 year old in about 90 minutes!  Yes, he's experienced (most 9 year old boys are) and we're a little biased! Way to go Bob!
Mexico City Lego Temple
Photograph of the México City México Mormon Temple
Mexico City Temple