Saturday, August 11, 2012
Displaying my Vintage Star Wars
Recently when I was looking at my old vintage star wars figures, I decided that I had to display them so I can see them every day rather than let them sit in some box in the storeroom.
I did not want to display them like how we usually display our toys, hence I thought of framing them up like some art piece.
To do this, you would need a frame (I use IKEA's Ribba frame), a hard board (I chose blue because usually at the back of the old vintage card, blue was one of the color used as a background to showcase the figures), paper clips and masking tape.
Oh, and of course your Star Wars vintage figures. (40 in all)
IKEA's Ribba frame (with depth)
Bend the paper clip to the shape shown in the below picture.
Poke the paper clip throught the board from the backside of the board.
You will most likely have to create a hole first. In this instance, I used a nail.
This will create a holder for your figures.
Enforce the paper clips with masking tape at the back
With the "holders" in place, you can place your figures nicely onto it.
A Star Wars "Masterpiece"!