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Comic Book Page Coaster

By: David for modpodgerocks.com
Comic Book Page Coaster

If you're looking for a gift ideas for him this holiday season, look no further than this creative DIY project. A Comic Book Page Coaster is a fun and easy way to reuse paper you have on hand. This is a great project to work on if you want to get rid of some old comic books hidden away in your stash. Boyfriend gift ideas should be fun, creative and practical, and this project fits that description perfectly. Simply cut out your pages and use Mod Podge to bring your DIy coasters to life. Once you make one, you won't want to stop.

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I would love to make this coasters for my brother. He's a real comic book lover and has an extensive collection. Which is the best printer to use for this project? I wouldn't want to ruin my prints with water once I start the project. Nobody would believe these coasters were handmade once they're done.

I think sealing the coasters really well is more important than the printer used! That said, if you go with his dampening method where he dampens the paper before decoupaging to avoid bubbles, make sure not to use an inkjet printer. I hope that helps!

Boys? I have a niece who would love this, AND she is just moving into her first house. How awesome is that? I don't have any comic books lying around here, but I suspect I can find one or two somewhere. This will be fun to give her and easy to make, too!

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