DIY Tutorial: Comic Book Cuff Links

​With the wedding and prom season approaching, I figured it would be awesome to post a DIY tutorial on creating comic book cuff links.  Some cuff links that are sold online can be quite expensive, depending on the material being used.  Here, I’ll show you a simpler and cheaper way to make your one of a kind cuff links without sacrificing quality! 

You will need:

    • ​Comic book of your choice (I used this comic book issue of Betty and Veronica).
    • Glue (I’m using Alenes Quick Dry Tacky Glue).
    • Scissors
    • Cuff link blanks (available here on Amazon)
    • Square glass tiles (available here on Amazon)
    • Cardboard paper of your choice.
    • E600 glue (you can find them at your local craft store such as Michaels).
    • Resin.​








    ​I hope you find this tutorial helpful! Let me know what you think in the comments :) Take care and good luck <3

    A heart shaped pendant custom order that I did which features Negaba, Ceasar, and Loki from Reimi No Arcana.


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    A heart shaped pendant custom order that I did which features Negaba, Ceasar, and Loki from Reimi No Arcana.

    Remember, if you would like a custom order, check us out at http://redlotusdesignz.etsy.com!  Or you can fill out a form from our website which is http://redlotusdesignz.com/customorderform.html

    My recent order that I did was on Scott Pilgrim vs the World!  This one came out very beautiful :)  
Remember, if you would like a custom order, check us out at http://redlotusdesignz.etsy.com!  Or you can fill out a form from our website which is http://redlotusdesignz.com/customorderform.html

    My recent order that I did was on Scott Pilgrim vs the World!  This one came out very beautiful :)  

    Remember, if you would like a custom order, check us out at http://redlotusdesignz.etsy.com!  Or you can fill out a form from our website which is http://redlotusdesignz.com/customorderform.html