So – if you had a super power, what would it be? For me, it would be the ability to travel through space, and be somewhere instantly! Then I could spend more time on vacations. Unfortunately I will never really be a superhero, but I can always pretend. I’ve seen so many cute superhero projects around the blogosphere that I had to share. Now all of us can channel our inner superhero! I’d start with the DIY costumes above. I’ve got more ideas for you. Just click through the jump to see them!
Wonder Wallet 1 of 13Fold your favorite superhero comic into a functional wallet - requires simple sewing.
Download the instructions at ReadyMade
Super Pegs 2 of 13Turn wooden peg people into superheroes with the help of craft paint.
Visit the post at Naptime Crafts
Comic Coasters 3 of 13Use lighting covers, Mod Podge and your favorite superhero comic books to make these gift coasters.
Get the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Power Bins 4 of 13Add logos to the front of storage bins using felt and a hot glue gun.
Learn how to make them at Sugar Tot Designs
Ka-pow Banner 5 of 13Use bias tape and a sewing machine to connect flags cut from superhero comic books.
Get the instructions at One Charming Party
Super Baby 6 of 13Your little one will be a superhero before he knows it with this no-sew costume that uses iron-on adhesive paper and fabric as the main ingredient.
Learn how it was made at Eliza Domestica
Wall Art 7 of 13If you can use a saw, you'll be able to make these superhero signs. They were cut out of MDF using a template and painted.
Find out how to make them yourself at All Things Thrifty
Garden Gnomes 8 of 13Turn regular garden gnomes into superheroes with the addition of paint.
View the video tutorial at Instructables
Flame Shoes 9 of 13Add dazzling wings to a pair of shoes using hard felt and simple craft materials.
Learn how to make them at Minimoz
Magnetic Play Set 10 of 13Your children will spend hours playing with this magnetic set, made using printed characters and adhesive magnetic sheets.
Download the tutorial at Chez Beeper Bebe
Superhero Town 11 of 13Create a fun and bright superhero town by turning 2x4's into buildings.
Get the how-to at Green Acres Hobby Farm
Super Towel 12 of 13Bath time becomes a little bit more fun when you add your child's favorite superhero symbol to the back of the towel.
Find the instructions at Martha Stewart
Comic Blocks 13 of 13Turn simple plastic cubes into table numbers at a superhero party - tape comics on the inside.
Visit the post at Bride Goggles
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