How to Make a Lego Heart Necklace

by Tonya Staab
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This handmade LEGO heart necklace is the perfect gift for the LEGO lover in your life. They are perfect for Valentine’s Day or stockings.

Those who know me (outside of the internet), know how much I dislike traditional party favor bags filled with ‘stuff’. When preparing party favors I like to get a little more creative and of course, find items that fit the party theme.

I know I’ve already mentioned this, but the twins are all about LEGO right now, which means their birthday has been as well. We are having a small celebration this weekend so I’ve been busy making party favors. I’ll be sharing another LEGO gift idea with you in a later post, but for today I want to share the necklaces I made for the girls.

red lego heart necklace with silver chain

LEGO heart necklace


  • 2 LEGO coupling plates in red (or the recipients favorite color)
  • Necklace chain
a chain and red lego pieces to make a necklace


Cross the coupling bricks over one another to make a LEGO heart, and then thread a chain through the two holes. 

Aren’t these perfect gifts for your little LEGO lover. They make great stocking stuffers, fantastic party favors, and what could be sweeter than receiving one of these on Valentine’s Day too. Give half to your best friend so you can each wear half of the heart.

Are you looking for more fun LEGO gift ideas? Check out these:

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:) :) October 12, 2012 - 7:56 pm

Traditional goodie Bags are fine, but creatively filled bags with handmade treats are just AWESOME!!!! I love your necklaces!!!

Cat@jugglingact October 13, 2012 - 12:59 pm

Great great idea.

Tonya Staab November 29, 2012 - 5:30 pm

Absolutely 🙂

Kristen M. November 29, 2012 - 1:22 pm

I love this idea. Perfect for cousin Christmas gifts too!

Shelly Cheng July 16, 2014 - 9:06 am

LOVE this idea. Can you let me know what the diameter of the hole is? I’m wanting to purchase the chain portion and want to be sure I don’t buy one that won’t thread. Thanks!

Serena December 10, 2020 - 7:31 am

Where do you get the Lego piece from?

Tonya Staab December 10, 2020 - 2:27 pm

At the time of making this project, I lived by Legoland in California where you can purchase individual bricks. However, what you are looking for is this: LEGO modified plate 3×2 with hole. You can buy individual pieces on eBay and there are online stores that sell them if you pop that exact piece into your search engine.


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