Hallmark reveals official LEGO Christmas ornaments for 2020

A selection of new LEGO Christmas ornaments will be released later this year, including Superman, Gingerbread Man and Blue the Velociraptor from Jurassic World.

Hallmark is continuing the annual tradition of releasing LEGO ornaments for the Christmas tree. With the 2020 catalogue published, the new products that will be available this holiday season have been unveiled. From DC Comics, Superman will be an upscaled minifigure, as will the festive Gingerbread Man from Collectible Minifigures. Blue the Velociraptor, from Jurassic World, will also be an upscaled version of the LEGO dinosaur.

Here are the official images and product descriptions:

Add a tasty twist to your holiday decorating with this gingerbread man Christmas tree ornament based on a LEGO Minifigure. With frosting designed details and signature LEGO style hands gripping a mug labeled “Dunk Me,” this yummy little guy has a sense of humor that every young creator or master builder will love.

Add some high-flying holiday heroics to your Christmas tree with this ornament based on the Superman LEGO Minifigure. Signature LEGO styling builds on the excitement of the season for fans of all ages.

Adventures await when you unleash a dino rampage on your tree. This Christmas tree ornament features Blue, the faithful Velociraptor who was raised by Owen Grady and helps protect her caretakers from other dinosaurs. LEGO Jurassic World styling adds to the fun of the holidays.

Designed by Jake Angell, the plastic ornaments are priced at $16.99 each. Gingerbread Man will be released on July 11, while the other new ornaments will be available from October 3.

Two further LEGO ornaments will be released this year – LEGO Star Wars Han Solo and Chewbacca.

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