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A new way to display CMFs

RobbRobb Member Posts: 144
edited September 2011 in Collecting
I can't take credit for this since it was my toddler who starting placing the collectible minifigs in and out of these tiny jars as he was playing with them. But i did switch out the head (for a frightened face) in order to complete the look. I admit to feeling like Gargamel as I was doing this.


It seems fitting, somehow, for the science-themed CMFs. Once I add a few more of these, I'll need to build a large anthropomorphic insect-scientist and accompanying lab.


  • andheandhe Member Posts: 3,913
    Haha that's great! But maybe slightly disturbing.
  • jwsmartjwsmart Member Posts: 298
    Reminds me of the Far Side cartoon with a pair of giant aliens, and two astronauts in a glass jar... "Lets shake the jar and see if they fight!"
  • TervlonTervlon Member Posts: 23
    Hilarious. Well done, Toddler and Dad.
  • brickscapebrickscape Member Posts: 18
    Not what I expected when I opened this thread - it was even better! :)
  • esurientesurient Member Posts: 10
    that might solve the dust problem :p
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