DIY Comic Book Envelopes


I wanted to try making some customized envelopes. These envelopes can be used for anything from party invitations to thank you notes or valentines. The great thing is you can make them in any theme you want. I chose to make mine with pictures from a Wonder Woman book I have. It’s called Wonder Woman the Complete History. I’ve had the book for about 7 or 8 years and although I don’t need to read it again I kept it around because there are a lot of really cool high quality photos on nice thick paper that can be re purposed into something new. Like envelopes! To those of you who think taking apart old books and up cycling them is sacrilegious… sorry!


  • Paper of your choice. You can use magazine pictures, pics from old books, scrapbook paper, whatever you like. The envelopes work best with thicker paper so they will won’t be so flimsy
  • Envelope in the same size that you would like to make
  • Glue. I used brush on crazy glue


Tada! Wonder Woman envelope!

Backside of the envelope

 You can make any size you like with any picture you like!

 Here’s a collage pic of the full instructions that you can easily pin to Pinterest if you are so inclined 🙂

What theme envelopes would you make?

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5 Responses to DIY Comic Book Envelopes

  1. This is great!
    Thanks for sharing!


  2. Thank you! They were super fun to make!


  3. Thanks for sharing this! I was just trying to figure out how to use some tractor/farm equipment ads as wrapping for gift cards. This will be perfect! Thanks again 🙂


  4. Brilliant! Oh, I so love this. I would also love for you to add this, and some of your other amazing ideas, to my weekly Mom's Library Link-Up.

    Thanks and be blessed,


  5. Featuring this awesome activity on Mom's Library Link-Up. I would love for you to come over to Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk and grab a featured button! We would also enjoy seeing what you have been up to this week! Feel free to link up several posts!


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