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I found out recently that LEGO released a line of Minifigs that came in sealed mystery bags. I saw the series that was out at the time and found them ...
Here's the materials and tools you'll need to make the case. For the materials, you can mix and match any color/background combination that you want. I kept it ...
Using the utility knife, cut 19 1/8" x 1 3/16" (~483 mm x 30 mm) strips from the foam board. (Fig. 1) Be sure to use a new ...
Now that the strips are all done, they have to be connected. Place the strips perpendicular to each other and connect them with the slits (Fig. 1-4) . Connect ...
If everything was done right, the grid (shelves) should fit snug into the inner frame. Now you will need to glue the Lego base plates (Fig. 1) to ...
When the placement of the base plates are completed, the Minifigs can now be mounted.
Once the figs have been placed, create the wallpaper. Use the included matting as a guide to measure the background's size. Cut the background (Fig. 1) and then place ...
Here's the finished case.
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