- Tell us some facts, likes, hobbies and typical outfit suggestions
- We'll then create a personalised toy version of yourself
- Arrives framed with an accompanying quote of your choice
- Swap that overcomplicated human body for a simple yellow one
- Yes of course you can take it out and play with it
Deep down you've always known that you'd look better if you were yellow, made of plastic and really really tiny. You could stick yourself to pretty much anything you fancied; a rocket, a castle, a pirate ship, a..urm tree? Yeah! Why not? Swap those overcomplicated hands for a pair of lovely smooth claws that make a satisfying 'snap' when you pick up your favourite axe/torch/flower.
Firebox is here to fulfil that ridiculous childhood fantasy (no, not that one) and pop it into a frame for everyone to admire and desire forever and ever, amen. All you need to do is upload a picture of you (full frontal), add a few facts, likes, and hobbies – you can even add a few choice words underneath finish it off. The resultant mini figure is based on the information you've entered so make sure you've given us a few options just in case there isn't a piece to match your unique identity.
So whether you're known for wearing that same old red jumper or want to turn yourself into something slightly more extravagant, click 'Personalise' and the results might just make you Brick Yourself.
Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to offer our usual 30-day, no-quibble returns policy, if you later change your mind, or otherwise decide to return the product through no fault of Firebox. Click here for more info.
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Average 4.5/5 stars
"Best Father's Day present complete! This went down an absolute storm! Thoughtful and personalised gift perfect for all ages !"
Michelle - 21st of June, 2017
"The box frame is brilliant, looks and feels very expensive, and the text is very clear and a good size."
Lauren - 14th of June, 2017
"Love it, great unique gift for any lego fan. Everything is awesome!"
Lisa - 5th of October, 2016