Monday, September 28, 2015

Suzie Comics #50 Comic Decoupage CGC Size Short Box

I have a decrepit copy of Suzie #50 that I had picked up for scanning into ( see the scan HERE ). As was scanning it that 70 year old comic book literally was falling apart. each page snapped off as I turned it and it was crumbling apart too. By the time I got done scanning I had a pile of scrap paper. So I made lemons into lemonade and used the books remains to decoupage a CGC size short box.  More Pics available HERE.

Kracalactaka was at Champion City Comic Con on Bat Man Day and the Batmobile made an appearance.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Hey SCOOBY! Like dig this Groovy Scooby-Doo Decoupage TV Tray & Charlton Romance Comics short box

ZOINKS! One of my latest creations: a wood TV table/tray that I decoupaged with images cut out of a couple of Scooby-Doo children's books I found at the thrift store. Pretty groovy if you ask me.

Scooby-Doo decoupaged folding TV tray / table

Also in the Groovy Category is this Comic Decoupage Short Box done in images from 1960's era Charlton Romance Comics. Many of the cats drawing these comics would be drawing superhero comics for Marvel & DC in the 1970's & '80's.  The comics these that I pulled these images from can be found on Comic Book Plus HERE:  ( Comics used: Romantic Story, Cynthia Doyle Nurse in Love, Nurse Betsy Crane, Career Girl Romances & Teen Confessions )  More pics of the short box and the Scooby-Doo TV table can be seen on comicvine.

Charlton Romance Comics decoupage short box


Monday, September 14, 2015

Comic Decoupage Storage solutions: Magazine files & Marvel Comics Copier Paper Boxes ; Spider-Man Decoupage End Table

A very cool way to store your magazines:

1st up is a magazine file done in vintage Marvel Comics with The Fantastic 4, Thor, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Daredevil, Hawkeye, Black Widow, Elektra, Rhino, Bullseye, Happy Hogan & Pepper Potts.

Marvel Comics Decoupage Magazine File (Thor Side)

Marvel Comics Decoupage Magazine File (Bullseye - Elektra side)

Marvel Comics Decoupage Magazine File (Black Widow Side)
next is a magazine file decoupaged in Spider-Man newspaper comic strips cut out fro various issues of Comic Shop News, featuring Spider-Man, Black Widow, Mary Jane Parker and Hobgoblin.

Spider-Man Comic Strip Decoupaged Magazine File

Next is a magazine file decoupaged in images of DC Comics covers from various superhero titles, Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Power Girl, Supergirl, The Flash, Batgirl, Nightwing, Bizarro, Sinestro & Grodd.

DC Comic Covers Magazine File

Next is a magazine file decoupaged in vintage DC Romance 
comics from an issue of Falling in Love #85.

DC Romance Comics Decoupage Magazine File

Last but not least is a magazine file sized for standard sized modern comic books. I decoupaged the box from a package of disposable coffee cups with leftover panels of Batgirl and Catwoman from a short box I did of Batman Adventures #12: Batgirl Day One.

Batgirl & Catwoman  Decoupage Comic Book File
Next up: Using Spider-Man daily comic strips (also featuring Black Widow, MJ Parker
Hobgoblin) cut out from Comic Shop News  I made this comic decoupage end table.

Finally, a pair of copier paper boxes that have been upgraded with Marvel Comics. One is Done with mostly more modern images and the other is done with vintage comics.  

Mostly Modern Marvel Comics decoupage copier paper box

Vintage Marvel Comics decoupage copier paper box


Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The X (Men) Files & Harley Quinn and Batman Banker's Box by Kracalactaka!

I found a cardboard hanging file folder box at the thrift store and I instantly knew what to do with it. Decoupage it in X-men comics and call it the X-Files. I used comic panels leftover from the Giant Size X-Men #1 Short Box from my previous blog post.

Moving on to comic decoupage storage options but staying with the X-Men theme, I decoupaged a copier paper box in X-Men comics featuring Wolverine, Psylocke & Beast.


And another item for comic decoupage storage solutions, a DC Comics Harley Quinn/Batman-Hush Banker's box made from panels left over from other projects.