Everyone can cast up to three votes, one for each category: Nature, Minifigure, and Architecture. The contest judges picked their favourites from all of the entries and gathered them together in a shortlist, ready for fans to have their say. Voting stays open until Thursday May 13 at 10am UK time.
A minimum of 25 winners will not only need to build their LEGO creation to be displayed in The LEGO House for a year, but they will also receive 21037 LEGO House, a signed 40501 The Duck, a signed 40502 The Brick Moulding Machine, 21326 Winnie the Pooh, and 21325 Medieval Blacksmith.
The Nature category should show “the best of nature”, with an alternative side of nature shown through the creative use of LEGO bricks. Some of the shortlisted builds include a Sloth, Alien Pollination, and cranes on top of Mount Fuji.
Next up, the Minifigures category was designed to show off a minifigure from any of LEGO’s own themes, from LEGO City to NINJAGO. The top entries included a look at pirate life on board a ship, a snapshot of the Love of the Sailor, and an Elf on the Hunt.
Finally, the Architecture category was a callout for larger builds, similar in size to the LEGO Group’s own Architecture builds, such as Eco Skyscrapers, a Construction Site, and a brick-built Dutch Drawbridge.
If you’ve got a favourite you want to vote for, head to this link to vote directly. Otherwise, browse the entries on the LEGO Ideas blog post and choose your favourite from the dozens of fantastic creations.