LEGO® Building Instructions – Make Snoopy and his doghouse, and there is even a Woodstock too!
Oh man, this might be our new favorite LEGO® project! The boys have been arguing over who gets to display it in their room, so I solved that conflict by saying that it’s mine. 🙂
Gresham and I were inspired by a photo that we found on Pinterest, but it led to Flickr and there are no instructions, so we made our own. I built the Snoopy and adapted it from the photo. Gresham built the doghouse and the Woodstock.
Snoopy is just resting on top of the dog house, and Woodstock is resting on top of Snoopy’s belly.
Change a few pieces in Snoopy’s body, and he can sit up and type on his LEGO® typewriter! So cute.
Ready to build one? Here’s how to make Snoopy.
Step 1: Start with a 2 x 2 white plate, a 2 x 2 white round plate, a 2 x 2 red round plate, and a 1 x 2 white plate.
Step 2: Stack these pieces as shown.
Step 3: Add two 1 x 1 bricks with a stud on the side. Then add a 2 x 2 plate and a 1 x 2 plate.
Step 4: Add two 1 x 1 black round plates for the eyes and two more 1 x 1 bricks with a stud on the side. Then find the bricks shown.
Step 5: Place the two 1 x 2 plates on the top of the head.
Step 6: Then add the 1 x 2 curved slopes. Stack the 2 x 2 white round plate and the 2 x 2 white dome to make the nose. Add the 1 x 1 black round plate.
Step 7: Attach the nose to the face. Add two 1 x 2 black plates for the ears.
Step 8: Find the bricks below for building Snoopy’s body.
Step 9: Attach a 2 x 2 inverted slope and a 1 x 2 brick to the bottom of a 2 x 3 brick.
Step 10: Add two 1 x 2 plates and a 2 x 2 plate.
Step 11: Add the last two bricks to the body. The slope brick is a 2 x 2 x 2/3 modified brick with two studs, curved slope end (bricklink.com name). The LEGO® ID is 47457. Gather six 1 x 1 white round bricks for the arms and legs and two 1 x 2 white plates for the feet.
Step 12: Attach the arms and legs and Snoopy is complete!
It’s easy to change Snoopy to a sitting position! Just remove the 2 x 2 inverted slope and then you’ll need two 1 x 1 bricks with a stud on the side and two 1 x 1 white round bricks.
Remove the 2 x 2 inverted slope and add the 1 x 1 bricks with a stud on the side.
Then attach the legs. To make the legs work in the sitting position, add a 1 x 1 white round plate to each one. You don’t *have* to add them, but without those Snoopy’s feet will touch his belly.
Build the typewriter! Gather the pieces shown.
Stack the blue plates.
Use 1 x 1 light gray round plates as the typewriter keys. Add a 1 x 2 black plate with one stud on top.
Attach the 1 x 1 black plate with a clip to the 1 x 2 black plate with one stud on top. Then add the 1 x 2 white plate with a handle. The 1 x 1 white round plates will slide onto each end of the handle.
The dog house is easy to figure out. The bottom is four 4 x 4 plates. Then just add bricks and slope bricks for the roof.
Then you just have to figure out where to display it! I have mine on the windowsill over the sink.
Need more LEGO® building ideas? Instructions are much easier to read in print. You might want to check out our LEGO® book – Awesome LEGO Creations with Bricks You Already Have! Or you can view all our online LEGO® projects here: LEGO Building Ideas.
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