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Friday, November 18, 2011

DIY iPhone Case Kit

We are in the middle of a snow storm, which means we will be stuck in the house, and this gives me a great reason to personalize my own iPhone case this weekend! I recently got a DIY iPhone Case kit and I have been trying to figure out what I wanted the design to be ever since it arrived. Honestly that has been the hardest part of all!


In fact, I am still not 100% sure that I have decided, because I have two ideas that I really love. However, I am determined to get it done this weekend, my iPhone is pretty dull and boring right now and needs a pick-me-up!

You can find the kit on ThinkGeek. It comes with the case, which has the cross stitch grid, three spools of embroidery thread, a needle, and instructions. There are even patterns in the booklet that comes with the kit, but of course you will likely want to create your own pattern instead! Making it truly your own is the entire point of this kit after all.

Since I don't yet have my finished case to show you (stay tuned), you can get an idea of what it looks like in the photo to the left. I think it's going to be so much fun to make, and luckily cross stitch should be a lot like riding a bicycle. Right? I hope so (it's been a long time since I have cross stitched).

What would you create?


*Think Geek provided the sample for my review. As always my opinions are my own, and I for one can't wait to create my iPhone case with this kit!*

3 comments:

  1. I want one!!! But I have to admit- I have no clue what the hell I'd design... I'd probably spend forever tinkering with ideas on paper for committing... Maybe some sort of play on an old school cross stitch, like "iPhone sweet iPhone." I kinda think that's funny lol
    *Krystina

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  2. You can find it here http://www.ulule.com/iphone-diy-case/ Great gift idea for Xmas

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  3. Looks very useful. Got to get myself one soon. Thanks for sharing this.

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