LEGO® Minifigures Series 10 Background

This post provides custom backgrounds for your LEGO® Minifigures 71001 Series 10 collection suitable for use with the IKEA® RIBBA Frame 23×23cm (9×9″).

Refer to my post How to display your LEGO® Minifigures using IKEA® RIBBA Frames for full assembly instructions on framing your collection.

LEGO Minifigures Series 10 fitted in IKEA RIBBA frame

The Mr. Gold minifigure shown here is a chrome printed replica sold by eBay seller Mr Gold’s Toy Emporium.


I have provided six variations of the background image for LEGO® Minifigures Series 10, including the first set with a space for Mr. Gold! Hopefully these cater to everyone’s tastes and requirements.

The following background images are provided for PERSONAL USE ONLY. The LEGO Group of companies do not sponsor, authorise or endorse this fan created artwork or Internet site in any way.
As such, these images must not be sold, traded or swapped for gain or profit.
Unfortunately LEGO's Fair Play terms prohibit me from including the LEGO® logo on these background images, however, you may simply add the logo yourself before printing.

LEGO Minifigures Series 10 Background for Ikea Ribba Frame (Mr Gold)

LEGO Minifigures Series 10 Background for Ikea Ribba Frame (Mr Gold)

LEGO Minifigures Series 10 Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

LEGO Minifigures Series 10 Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

LEGO Minifigures Series 10 Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

LEGO Minifigures Series 10 Background

The Minifigures listed on theses background images are ordered as they appear in the official LEGO® Minifigures Series 10 instructions (US | A4), with the exception of Mr. Gold who is positioned in the centre.

Assembly Notes

Assembly notes specific to LEGO® Minifigures Series 10:

MinifigureMounting StandComments
LibrarianSlope, Inverted 33°, 3×2The book is mounted in front of the minifigure.
MedusaSlope, Inverted 33°, 3×2
Tile, 1 x 2
See below for details.
Roman CommanderSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Warrior WomanSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Tomahawk WarriorSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
SkydiverSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Bumblebee GirlSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
GrandpaSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Mr. GoldSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
PaintballerSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Sea CaptainSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2Seagull must be held high so it fits behind the glass.
Sad ClownSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Revolutionary SoldierSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Baseball FielderSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
TrendsetterSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2The phone and small dog are held in either hand.
DecoratorSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Motorcycle MechanicSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2

Medusa is the most difficult of all the Minifigures to mount; She is too big for even a 3×2 block, with her solid tail overhanging at the back.

LEGO Minifigure Series 10 Medusa Mount Blocks

Medusa Mounting Blocks

To make the mounting stand large enough, you will need to extend the 3×2 block by gluing a small 1×2 tile to the back. This will give enough depth on the stand to mount Medusa, fold the flexible part of her tail up at the back, and still fit her behind the glass.

Parts Required

Parts required for LEGO® Minifigures Series 10:

  • 15 × Slope, Inverted 45°, 2×2 (PN#3660)
  • 2 × Slope, Inverted 33°, 3×2, with connections between studs (PN#3747b)
  • 1 × Tile, 1×2, without Groove (PN#3069a)

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