LEGO minifigures are among the most popular and well-known toys in the world. Not only do most LEGO sets come with at least one figure that can interact with the game set or vehicle you will build, but the company also sells unique products in small blind packaged bags.
Once this concept was introduced, the idea of minifigure became completely popular, with many toy collectors jumping to see which figures they could seize. A few years later, the series is still getting stronger, and the minifigures for the larger sets remain a major selling point.
Let's say you've been in the LEGO collection game for a while.
It doesn't take them long to start acquiring a substantial amount of property in your home.
At some point, you'll probably have to be a little creative about how you're hiding them.
Many people are unfortunately forced to have to store them in warehouses or drawers, but it is certainly more fun to take them off and even get them now and then.
With that in mind, the question arises: What are the best ways to show LEGO minifigures?
1 – Get Some Amplifiers
If you've put your minifigures on the shelves so far, you've probably noticed that the ones behind you tend to get lost in the mixing. This is where shelf risers can really work. You can find many of them online or even create them yourself with a cardboard or Styrofoam. There are a lot of tutorials online, but it should be pretty descriptive. The basic concept is to create a ladder shape to place on your shelf, allowing each figure to be seen.
2 – Create a Diorama
Of course, placing all your figures in a giant diorama can be even more fun! There are no rules here. If you have one of the big playgrounds, such as a castle or space station, there's no reason why not all your minifigures can be thrown into the mix. Again, you can create your own background with materials like foam, cardboard, spare sheet and some paint. Even if you only use the plain green building plate, it can be fun to expose each figure in a big battle.
3 – Mount Them in Your Dash
If you have some LEGO minifigures you love so much, you'll be willing to take them literally anywhere, why don't you do some of them legally by mounting them on your dashboard? It should be easy to mount any minifigure you want, even with a little double-sided tape or even glue for the more daring ones. Just be sure to use the stands that come with the figures to protect them. Individual stands are easily accessible online if required.
Minifigures added a completely new dimension to the Lego game and collection. I enjoy creating dioramas that I take to share myself on social media. And without them, we couldn't have the fun LEGO movie series. The tips in this article will help you get the most out of your own LEGO minifigure collection.