My ever growing Doctor Who collection (fixed)


pauledaking

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I have been collecting Doctor Who stuff for a little over a year now. Mine isn't nearly as good as some I've seen on here but I'm pretty proud of it. It's growing every day.. Much to the dismay of my wife and my wallet lol. I am currently having some custom sonics built for me and can't wait to add them to my collection. Let me know what you all think ..


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a438980

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LOVE the collection! And some great displays too, but as someone who used to do framing and made shadowboxes for a living I have a suggestion: instead of mounting the items in the frames and on the boards with tape or the metal holders you could poke holes in what the item is being mounted to and then use some strong, clear fishing line to tie it in. Doing that on 2-3 places per item should hold it in place securely, as well as keep the item from being obscured by what's holding it in the frame. Technically experts in framing use something called "invisible thread", but clear fishing line works just as well.

This is an example of it.
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pauledaking

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Great advice. Thank you so much. I'd never even thought of that.

LOVE the collection! And some great displays too, but as someone who used to do framing and made shadowboxes for a living I have a suggestion: instead of mounting the items in the frames and on the boards with tape or the metal holders you could poke holes in what the item is being mounted to and then use some strong, clear fishing line to tie it in. Doing that on 2-3 places per item should hold it in place securely, as well as keep the item from being obscured by what's holding it in the frame. Technically experts in framing use something called "invisible thread", but clear fishing line works just as well.

This is an example of it.
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pauledaking

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Some new stuff I've added this week.. Got my RussRep 8th Sonic in the mail which is absolutely fantastic.. along with some other bobbles...

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