Minatures for adding to your Vintage Diorama's

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I had to post the below link to a seller on Etsy. They rock I just spent too much money buying all types of retro hand made items to use in my vintage displays to spice them up some. This seller has all types of mini books, posters, board games, toys (mini AT-AT boxed) ect... for use in 3 3/4 figures. I attached a picture of me putting the Godzilla board game in my display. I have many more coming but the Godzilla game was the first thing I bought from this seller. Great detail in the pieces and I just wanted to share so all could customize displays.


https://www.etsy.com/shop/LCminiatures?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=578546923


 
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I had to post the below link to a seller on Etsy. They rock I just spent too much money buying all types of retro hand made items to use in my vintage displays to spice them up some. This seller has all types of mini books, posters, board games, toys (mini AT-AT boxed) ect... for use in 3 3/4 figures. I attached a picture of me putting the Godzilla board game in my display. I have many more coming but the Godzilla game was the first thing I bought from this seller. Great detail in the pieces and I just wanted to share so all could customize displays.


https://www.etsy.com/shop/LCminiatures?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=578546923



I love diorama pieces. This one is definitely out of the box thinking. Well done. I looked at the miniature games. You can make these with a printer. Still a great and fun idea.


I think Godzilla is classic but I would have gone chutes and ladders or candy land. Much more fitting for stormtroopers lol?


Thanks for sharing
 
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