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What this? Oh, just a 25ft Lego Christmas tree made from 300,000 bricks using a cherrypicker

What this? Oh, just a 25ft Lego Christmas tree made from 300,000 bricks using a cherrypicker

8 January 2016 Email this article

Are you obsessed with Lego and have a serious dose of Christmas spirit.

Well you might need to take a little lie down after seeing this amazing 25ft Christmas tree.

Master builders have outdone themselves this festive season with an enormous tree, made out of 300,000 Lego bricks.

The tree, which appeared at Legoland Windsor Resort, was unveiled as they added the finishing touches – a Lego angel.

The resort’s Model Makers used a cherry picker to reach the top of the giant tree and manoeuvre it into place.

An elaborate 6.5kg angel, made from 4,550 bricks, was placed on top of the huge Christmas tree that is covered in sparkly lights.

It comprises of nine different colours of bricks as well as the rare transparent bricks.

It took designer, Hannah Reed, almost fifty hours to create and involved meticulous planning to ensure the proportions of the tree were successfully achieved.