Ribba minifigure

Published on February 21st, 2012 | by Jules IKEAHacker


Ribba Lego Minifigure Display

Ribba Lego Minifigure Display

Ribba frame, lego and superglue

Description: I cut some white card, carefully measured up the spacing and then superglued some LEGO blocks onto it. I then added some LEGO minifigures and put the whole thing in a Ribba frame. Simple, elegant and cheap!

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~ Colin Brown, Hove, England

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15 Responses to Ribba Lego Minifigure Display

  1. Anonymous says:

    The nerd in me only wants to know where I can find the star wars mini-figs.

  2. -idogcow says:

    Timely! I see you have some Series 6 figs in there already!

  3. wow!! i love it! a question: i collect smurfs (i had only ca.300 smurfs), how can i do something like this under glas?
    i’d like to protect them from my cats… i remember to you that smurfs are bigger than lego figures
    thanks a lot!

  4. majeral says:

    OH Thanks I just got hooked on Minifigs , I have an old type setter stray going to put them in. I am 69 and going back to my childhood lol

  5. Anonymous says:

    But how do you play with them :p

  6. David Reva says:

    the larger version of the ribba display. http://youtu.be/CATlf0wcWvQ

  7. David ReVa says:

    if you click on my name you don’t need to copy paste

  8. Saara says:

    I absolutely love this idea! :)

  9. Kontrastiina says:

    I made my on version too. I glued the bricks on to the glass so that the minifigures are still playable.

    My version is here (not in english): http://kontrastiinan.blogspot.fi/2012/06/legoukkotaulu.html

  10. Anonymous says:

    I like this but when looking around I found:


    Looks pretty awesome!

  11. Pingback: DIY: Make your own Lego Minifigure Display | Jay's Brick Blog

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