Queen LEGO® Minifigures Background

Queen LEGO® Minifigures Background

This post provides custom backgrounds for your Queen LEGO® Minifigures 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.

Queen LEGO® Minifigures

The Queen LEGO® Minifigures shown here are custom printed pieces sold by minifigs.me.


I have provided six variations of background image for the Queen LEGO® Minifigures, hopefully catering to everyone’s tastes and requirements.

The following background images are provided for PERSONAL USE ONLY. The LEGO Group of companies and Queen Productions Ltd 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.

Queen LEGO Minifigures Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

Queen LEGO Minifigures Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

Queen LEGO Minifigures Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

Queen LEGO Minifigures Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

Queen LEGO Minifigures Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

Queen LEGO Minifigures Background for Ikea Ribba Frame

Assembly Notes

Assembly notes specific to the Queen LEGO® Minifigures:

MinifigureMounting StandComments
Roger Taylor4 × Slope, Inverted 33°, 3×2See below for details.
John DeaconSlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2
Freddie MercurySlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2Freddie must hold his microphone stand.
Brian MaySlope, Inverted 45°, 2×2

The drum kit layout must be adjusted to fit in the limited space behind the glass – no more than 3 studs deep.

LEGO Drum Kit Layout

Drum Kit Layout

The best drum kit layout I could devise was using a platform of four Slope Inverted 33°, 3×2 blocks as follows:

  • The drummer stands centred up against the back panel, and bent slightly forward to accommodate their hair or head gear.
  • The bass drum is mounted forward, but off centre.
  • The hi-hat cymbals are mounted on the end next to the bass drum.
  • The floor tom-tom is mounted at the other end, centre rear on the brick.
  • The crash cymbal is mounted in front of the floor tom-tom.
  • The middle tom-tom is attached to the crash cymbal and swung around in front of the drummer.
  • The drumsticks need to be positioned to fit between bass drum and middle tom-tom.

Parts Required

Parts required for the Queen LEGO® Minifigures:

  • 4 × Slope, Inverted 33°, 3×2, with connections between studs (PN#3747b)
  • 3 × Slope, Inverted 45°, 2×2 (PN#3660)

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