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Release Your Inner Craft Nerd With This DIY Comic Book Alphabet [VIDEO]
by Rebecca Pahle | 11:30 am, January 26th, 2013
What do you do with your comics once you’ve read them? I’m guessing for a lot of you the answer to that question is “put them in a drawer/on a bookshelf somewhere where they take up space,” but for Elizabeth Giorgi of Being Geek Chic—she also writes for another site you may have heard of, namely us—the answer is “make awesome crafts with them.”
Here, in the first episode of Geek to Geek TV, Liz shares step-by-step instructions on making a comic panel letter. I tried about ten bazillion different types of crafts in my teens and early twenties, and I sucked at all of them, but this particular craft looks easy even for me. No excuses!
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