Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

The Easiest way to Comic-book-characters

Use your favorite comic books (or copies) and Mod-hodgepodge, this simple comic book characters! Perfect for budget-friendly wall decor.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly wall decor, and you love comic books, this is a project that you love’re: comic book characters! The comic book craft is so easy to do . . . You don’t a Mod-hodgepodge-expert to try it.
One thing that may have you hesitate that you want to don’t cut their beloved comic books. Also don’t be afraid! You cancolor copies of your favorite pages (I recommend laserjet for no bleeding) and then decoupage away.br>This is ideal for anyone who is obsessed with comic books . . . and also like your own name. Learn how to do it below.
(see 15 comic book crafts using Mod conglomeration!)
How to make Comic book letters
Collect These Supplies

wooden letters to spell the name/saying of your choice
Mod smorgasbord of Glossy or Matt
acrylic paint (to paint the edges of the letters)
Comic books or laserjet copies
brush
- scissors
Craft knife and Mat
Command strips (for hanging)

Give the edges of the wooden letters with a small touch of color. You can use any color you like – we used black. Let dry.
Cut your comic books or the color of the copies in the “bite-sized” pieces. You’re going to the collage on the front of the letter.
Add Mod smorgasbord on the back of a comic piece, and then to the front of the letter . . .
flatten you down, layering as you go.
Finally, you’ll have covered the entire letter. Allow it to dry.
you flip the letter over on a cutting Board and use a craft knife to trim the excess.
your letter look like this, but they aren’t quite finished!
you need to add a layer of Mod-hodgepodge on top (or two) to you for your letter. Repeat this process with the other letters.
that Once your letters is complete and dry, hang them on the wall with Command strips. You look fabulous nerdy!
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