by Nikki Schwartz
I discovered something super fun today! Turn yourself into a LEGO® Minifig! LEGO® bricks are certainly a favorite in my office with kids on the Autism Spectrum. How much fun would it be to let them create a Minifig of themselves?!
Mini-Mizer has got all kinds of options for skin color, clothing, capes, masks, etc. I uploaded a picture of my office as the background. The website is free, appears to be safe, and is definitely worth checking out.
Accessories for Star Wars, Star Trek, Super Heros...
Mini-Mizer 3.0 has 6 different kinds of capes, 28 hand accessories, 2 different Star Trek uniforms, and even an Iron Man Arc Reactor!
It occurs to me now that the cape and the light saber might cause some issues... Edna from The Incredibles always said, "No capes!" I might get sucked into a vortex, like Splashdown or caught in an express elevator like Metaman.
Apparently, you can also order a real custom minifig from this website or another I found, minimizer.me Can you imagine the look on the face of a kid obsessed with LEGO®?!
Well, I'm off to moonlight as... hmm... I need a good super hero name, suggestions?
Nikki Schwartz is a Counselor Resident at Spectrum Psychological and focuses on using neurofeedback, play, and talk therapies to provide practical, effective counseling to families and clients. You can find her on Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook, and Google+.
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