Saturday, 10 May 2014

How i display my Lego Simpsons Minifigure

Got my lego simpsons collectible minifigures last week but only manage to open the pack and display them yesterday. Tadaaa!!


But i just remember i have extra ribba frame!

I've already share with you guys how i use ikea frame to display my minifigure.. in my 2013 post. but maybe some of you miss that post, so today i would like to show you guys my latest minifigure with the ikea frame =)


Stuff that you need:

1) Ribba frame (in this photo i use (22x23x4.5cm)
2) 2x2 white bricks
3) Superglue or UHU glue
4) a pencil
5) a ruler
6) a knife
7) thick cardboard for background

It's very easy and quick to do. You may use the measurement of sample photo inside the frame to cut the cardboard for background. Then nicely glue 2 x 2 bricks to the cardboard. wait the glue to dry and walla.. you are ready to stick your lego figure on the 2x2 bricks.

But please consider bigger size minifigure like medusa won't fit on the 2x2 bricks. some modification need to be done. maybe you can cut medusa tail's off. lol. in my sample above,i have scratchy stand on the frame border instead on the 2 x 2 bricks because of his tail. =)

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    1. hey, i'm glad you love it =). thanks for visiting =)

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  2. I've seen this in facebook. Did u post it? Love the display and thanks for sharing!

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    1. hey there. =) yup. thats me =)


      thanks for visiting =)

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  3. wow great idea, nice display :)

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    1. Great display.
      I'll make the same in white.

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    2. That must be awesome! I dont have any in white frame.. Yet =)

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  5. That's an awesome display!

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    1. Hey thanks!! Really easy to diy =)

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  6. Is it this one you used: http://www.ikea.com/be/nl/catalog/products/00078334/#/90132529
    Because I can't find a Ribba frame with the same dimensions you gave.

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    1. Or this one: http://www.ikea.com/be/nl/catalog/products/00078051

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    2. Hi there. Yes, thats the one. http://m.ikea.com/be/nl/catalog/products/art/00078051/

      23cm x 23cm.

      Now that i mention it. Why i write 22x23 in my post above. thats wierd. Its square. So should be 23x23. =)

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  7. hi where do you get your 2 x 2 bricks from?

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    1. Hi there. Where are you from? The easiest is from Pick A Brick (PAB) section inside any Lego Store. Or if you love to shop online, you can try Bricklink or ebay but you need to consider the shipping cost. If you are from Malaysia, you also can try to look from Mightyutan PAB =)

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  8. Yeah good idea ! I've just done mine !!

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    1. Hey there =). I wish my house have more empty wall to hang these frame. ahaha

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  9. Have you found a solution for Medusa yet?

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    1. hi there. nope. i dont think she will fit. her tail stretch quite far back. its like... 6 stud wide for the tail? maybe the only solution is to make her stand on the frame border lol

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