06/11/2012 08:23 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Craft Of The Day: Decoupaged Comic Book Letters

If you're looking for a special way to decorate your child's room (or maybe even your own!) then this Craft Of The Day is right up your alley. These decoupaged comic book letters are perfect for a kid's bedroom or playroom and only take a few minutes to make. Choose their favorite comic books and decorate simple wooden letters to spell out their name or a favorite phrase. You'll become their (super) hero for doing it! And, come on, who doesn't love Spiderman, Batman and Wonder Woman? These characters are timeless and frankly…awesome. So if you harbor a love for superheroes in adulthood, then these comic book letters are perfect for you too! Ready to make that room look super? Keep reading for the how-to.

comic book letters

Photo by Ashley Thurman from Cherished Bliss.

You'll Need:
Wooden letters (available at local craft or home stores)
Old comic books (that you don't mind cutting up)
Mod Podge

How to Make It:
1. Cut the comic book pages into smaller pieces with whatever pictures you'd like to use, making it easier to glue them to the letters.
2. Apply Mod Podge to the letters in sections and carefully smooth the comic book pieces on top. Repeat this until all portions of the letters are covered.
3. After allowing to dry, carefully cut off any excess paper that might be hanging off of the letters.

For the full tutorial visit Cherished Bliss.

And, be sure to check out our other great crafts in our Craft Of The Day slideshow below.

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