Jazz up and protect your phone with these crafty diy phone cases and cozies.
Now, these little birds are fly. Get out the needle and thread and sew your way to the cutest iPhone case your purse has ever seen. Find the pattern here from lovahandmade.
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One of our most favorite members and sellers at CraftFoxes, Anda from Adorably Kawaii, shares this cute pattern for a phone cozy here.
Stay retro with this cassette-inspired case. This idea could be used with any picture. Take something you love, print it on transfer paper, and iron it onto your phone's scratch protector. Check out this case at CoolBeans717.
This is a super easy way to give your phone a whole new look. Jeannine at the Concrete Cottage shares her tutorial on her blog. She used clean nail polish to seal the glitter and I probably would have used some type of poly sealer, but you can use whatever you have laying around!
This knit cable phone case is super cute and will knit up quick. Make one to match your favorite cabled sweater! Find the pattern from Little Buttons & Bows, here.
Well, it’s not cute, but it’s functional and duct tape could be just the base layer: paint the tape, sharpie-doodle on the tape, the options are endless. This how-to on Instructables shows you how to cut a sock and cover it with duct tape to make an easy home for your iPhone.
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I like all things kawaii so this cosy would be great to crochet. Tania from little things blogged shared this project and pattern with us here.
Remember those coffee to-go mugs that you could personalize with pictures? This is kind of like that, but hipper. Casetagram makes an iPhone case out of instagrams you snapped oh-so-coolly.
Who doesn’t like shiny things? Get the tutorial for this blinged-out iPhone case from Crystal and Glass Beads.
This simple crochet pattern for this phone case can be done in an afternoon. You can customize it with any color and button you want. Find the pattern here!
Image credits (from top): Craftsy: lovahandmade, Etsy: Crank Cases, CraftFoxes: adorablykawaii, Etsy: CoolBeans717, Concrete Cottage, Craftsy: Little Buttons & Bows, Instructables, Craftfoxes: Little Things Blogged, Casetagram, Crystal and Glass Beads, Craftsy: Zoom Yummy.