I love to change things up from time to time, including my phone case. But always buying a new one seems like a waste of money so why not decorate the case yourself accordingly to your taste and desire? The gallery below features 25 DIY Phone Cases which are quite specific to iPhones but the process can be applied to any phone and case. Just be inventive and the result might surprise you!
1. Navy Anchor Case: If you are in love with all things navy, this is the perfect choice for you. Learn how to use a Silhouette die-cuttingSilhouette die-cutting printer to create an anchor, or try using an xacto knife or look for vinyl decals to achieve a similar look, the best heat transfer vinyls that we currently use with the Cameo are right here. (via 36th Avenue)
2. The Stud Case: If you are into rock, try this tutorial which uses sheets of studs rather than traditional ones, easier to glue.(via I Spy DIY)
3. Photo Collage: Take a blank iPhone case, add some Mod Podge and some magazine cuts and invite summer in earlier.. (via Calypso Letters)
5. Repurposed Glitz Cases: Mod Podge and your phone, with a touch of sparkle. (via Design Sponge)
10. Duct Tape Case: Colorful duct tape is also a good choice when you want to decorate, well, almost anything.(via Color Me Blue Fashion)
11. Pearl Case: This one is extremely girly. Perls on a phone case? It might work. (via Sydne Style)
12. Leather Case: This leather case is a bit more serious and easy to stitch. (via Kojo Designs)
14. Fabric Case: Another clear case project, not using a fabric cut and place underneath.(via Boat People Boutique)
15. Gold Studded Case: And we’re back to studs places in a geometric order. (via Juli Ann Art)
16. Starry Case: Use spray paint and glitter for this wonderful effect. (via Whimsey Box)
17. Leather Envelope Case: Use the tutorial and template to create this leather envelope. (via Design Sponge)
22. Spray Paint Lace Case: Using lace as a stencil is so easy and fun you will love it instantly. *Update: Melissa’s blog is no longer live, but you can see the steps for creating this case on The Huffington Post. (via Look What Melissa Made)
So, what do you think? Would you give DIY Phone Cases Projects a go? We would love to see your projects and opinions in the comment section below.