Love this, thank you for the post!
Nice to meet you. We are not using glass in ours so that the kids can switch out which figures are on display. Here are the necessities ; 1. Thank you!
Right now ours is nailed in the top center and it teeters from side to side if we apply any pressure. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Anything can work that has enough depth for the figures you are putting inside.
I made three of these and they turned out great. Trace the included mat on the white mat board, and cut out a square.
Trackbacks […] […]. Then mark where the bricks will go on each line. I did it and my boys love it.
Helpful tools; It is certainly possible to accomplish this project with little more than a screwdriver and glue, but it all depends on the frame you have chosen for your shadow box. Cut the white mat board to fit the frame.
See how to make it here: You will need 7 lines total. I love this idea! I started this hobby of collecting figures not so long ago mainly the Bandai SHF series. I used the white Ribba frame and white mat board with white legos.