Comic books aren’t just for reading – you can use the pages (or copies) to make things! You’re going to love these cool comic book crafts.
There is something great about comic books. I don’t know if you grew up in a household of brothers, but I did – four of them.
I don’t even know if my brothers still have those old ones, but they were everywhere! Seeing comic books gives me some good memories.
I’ve noticed that I’m not the only one who loves comic books, especially decoupaging with comic books. Some of the most visited projects on this site are comic book crafts!
When I noticed that, I had to put together a collection of the best decoupaged comic book crafts I could find, and here it is.
You’re going to love it – just scroll down to see them all!
Learn how to make these comic letters with Mod Podge! Perfect for a kids' themed superhero bedroom or man cave.
These DIY coasters are really easy to make with comic books and supplies from the hardware store!
Use comic books (or color copies!) and Mod Podge to make this comic book canvas wall art – a great gift for guys or any comic book lover!
This comic book clock is the perfect gift idea for someone who loves comic books. And you won’t believe what it’s made out of . . . a charger!
Do you know someone that loves superheroes? This DIY pen cup covered in comic books makes the perfect gift! A comic lover will be obsessed - also great for Father’s Day.
Is your dad a superhero? Make him this cool comic book frame as a gift! It’s a fun, budget friendly project that any guy will love.
Didn't know you could print on shoes, did you? You can decoupage comics directly to shoes (or use comic fabric). OR you can use iron on transfer material as outlined in this tutorial.
This comic book ring makes a wicked up-cycling project. But just remember that with great ring making skill comes great responsibility!
I can't believe you can make flowers out of comics! This craft is so cute, and I would love a bouquet of these (think superhero themed wedding).
Learn how to make this unique superhero decor with comic pages. It's great for a party, but there's no reason you couldn't keep this up to display all year.
Rolled magazine boxes and baskets are pretty cool. I like that this method is really easy, and the results can be used for storage or a gift box.
In terms of comic book crafts, this is REALLY easy! Add a bit of subtle comic decor to a room by decoupaging the outlet covers.
Decorate some boxes for special treasures using comics! You can decorate boxes of all sizes with this method - perfect for trinkets.
You can do a makeover just like this one with any wood chair - check your local thrift store. Don't forget to sand the chair down and give it a coat of paint before decoupage.
This project shows that girls can display their love of comic books too, and on their feet.
If you don't want to leave home without your comics, you don't have to! LEarn how to decorate a cell phone case with the pages. This is cute and can be done with all different styles of cases.
Comic books get fashionable by adding them to a cuff bracelet using Mod Podge. I love that this version includes a little bit of sparkle.
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