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BendyBadger's Brickset BonusBall - SumoLego X Three-Peat Edition
Yes, it is three weeks - back-to-back-to-back!
I have been called upon to do the weekly Bonusball Extravaganza! The first fifty nine (59) unique posts get a numbered entry for tomorrow's UK BonusBall.
I think I'm going to spice it up a bit by randomly re-ordering everyone's entry for added suspense - so please make your posts with haste!
As I have a wide variety of extra sets, polys, figures and Lego-related whatnot in my inventory, the prize will be a bit of a "winner's choice". The only condition will be that whatever prize the lucky winner chooses - it will be revealed further below in thread.
I've been recently putting some thought into the most efficient way to display LEGO. And not to sound like an advertisement for the folks over at LaserLabs, but their line of arcylic display stands are fantastic. Particularly the display for the Sopwith Camel, Fokker and the Wright Flyer.
What non-LEGO item has help you with your LEGO hobby? (Doesn't need to be related to display - perhaps a storage system or something else.)
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Adli knock-offs of Akro-Mils storage containers also help a lot.
But a most valued non-Lego item to aid with the ones that are out (however long I can get away with them being on display without annoying the boss) is one of these...
Makes keeping them dust free a doddle.
Big enough head to not take ages to dust but gentle enough not to move parts from the build (which came in damned useful when it was #76023 The Tumbler's turn out in the light).
All of the excess Emmas & other Friends have been disassembled & heads in one box, torsos in another etc. Weapons are in one, helmets, wigs....
It keeps them fairly well contained & my girls can just pull down the boxes they need & build their own minidolls with a minimum of mess (well, that's the theory)
I also have a dusting toothbrush
Thanks for hosting again this week @SumoLego!
My two year old is also a big help - "I'm buying this for her to play with, honestly..."
Or my car for driving around for bargains and going to LEGO events
Once again, thanks to @SumoLego for hosting.
Bricklink for parts info
Acrylic sorter trays for building
2"X 3" zip bags for minifigures
Tiny precision minus screw driver
thanks for hosting again @SumoLego!