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Super hero comic book floor. I bought 12 comic books for $4, Mod Podge for $15, a bar top thick sealer for $22. Was a fun project for me and my kids. This is the floor in a bathroom at my advertising company (so it works :-)
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Choose sheets of paper to use for your end papers (or leaves). Both pieces of paper selected for the end papers should be slightly larger than the page itself. On this book, I used piece of yellow 80# card stock that was the same weight as the individual pages. Use a bone folder or flat edge of a knife to create a crisp fold in one edge of the paper. This flap is be glued atop the binding on the first and last pages to separate the first page from the cover. Any overhanging paper can be
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He had a great idea to apply comic book pages to one of the walls as a sort of wallpaper. I'm wondering what would be the best The only thing I would think would be to seal the floor with a clear varnish or polymer so as not to scuff or tear up the floor. It would probably need many coats to be I would get a couple different sizes of poster frames and make up a collage of the pages and then hang the frames very close to one another on the wall. The frames will add some definition to
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Start by layering the Mod Podge on the table and then placing pages strategically in the Mod Podge. Once you have a base layer of pages, you can add another layer of Mod Podge on top of the dry pages and repeat the process until you have the entire table covered. Mod Podge table. Unless you're a Mod Podge drip ninja and can catch every little drop before it falls to the ground, we recommend using some type of floor covering to prevent any Mod Podge from getting on your floor.
Awesome idea! Modge podge to glue to floor (concrete might not work ?) And coat with polyurethane. ..many many layers of polyurethane.
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We opted to go with old books, because the typefaces used in them would give the floor the vintage feel we were looking for. Then I could use all those Advanced Reader Copies in decorations. Once we had all the pages torn up, we used a 1:1 mixture of glue (just regular old white school glue) and water to make a thin paste. We brushed a layer of paste on a small section of floor, then began overlaying pieces of book page on the floor, covering with another later of paste.
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