If your current phone covers and cases have gotten shabby and boring, it’s time to construct your own gorgeous case out of common household objects.
We all enjoy giving our favourite products and equipment a personal touch. Customizing something, whether it’s an online profile or our smartphones, makes things seem more alive to us. We can simply buy phone cases from an online store or a nearby market, but why spend any money on them when you can manufacture them at home? So, if your current covers have bored you or have become old and scruffy, it’s time to replace them. It’s time to give your phone a distinctive and personal touch by repurposing items you already have around the house. This is what you must do:
Cell Phone Case with Marbles
Allow your bright nail paints to complement the elegance of your phone’s case as well. Make this gorgeous marbled design using them.
- Transparent phone cover from the past
- Three distinct hues of nail polish
- a big serving bowl
- Toothpick or paintbrush dipped in tap water
- Fill the basin halfway with water. Choose your first polish paint now. Drizzle a few drops of the colour onto the water’s surface.
- Drop from a height of about an inch or so above the water’s surface, or the paint will settle to the bottom.
- The nail polish will start to spread after you drop it appropriately.
- Drop the second and third colours in the same manner as the first.
- At random, scatter them all across the water’s surface.
- Carefully swirls the paint around with the help of a toothpick or the handle tip of a little paintbrush. Try creating a marble appearance on the water’s surface.
- Take your phone case and place it on the ground, facing down toward the water. Touch it lightly to the water’s surface. You’ll notice that nail paint starts to stick to the case. It is not necessary to completely submerge the case in water.
- Remove the case from the water once it is completely covered in marbled polish and allow it to dry.
Phone Case with a Bohemian Tapestry
Every Indian home has a couple of tapestries that aren’t used. Instead of wasting them by storing them, use them to build this elegant phone case.
- Fabric or ribbon with a patterned pattern
- Any cover for your phone
- solution of rubber
- Stitching floss
- Pen & Paper with Needle
- To avoid mistakes, trace the case first on paper and then on the tapestry.
- Lay the fabric out horizontally or vertically.
- Cut your fabric to the exact dimensions of your case and use a basic chain stitch to embroider all around the edges. For a better appearance, use contrasting threads.
- Cut out the camera hole that you traced on your fabric.
- Embroider the camera hole as well.
- Apply the tapestry to the casing using the rubber solution and press it down.
- Make sure the edges are well pasted. Remove any surplus thread from the area.
Collage Phone Case
Customized items are lovely and vibrant. You can simply make your own personalised custom phone cases at home from outdated images.
- Old phone case
- Clear Adhesive
- Any colour paint
- To begin, paint your case using a brush for a more professional appearance
- Select the photographs and arrange them on your case as desired. The photographs should not be too large.
- Over the photos, apply a thin layer of clear adhesive.
- Apply a second, very thin coat now. Allow for another 2-3 hours of drying time.
- You can add glitter before applying the second layer if you wish.
Jewellery Phone Case
Are you one of those people who refuses to part with her jewellery even if she isn’t wearing it? Bring them to work and use them to dress up your phone cover.
- Phone case
- Gems, and beads
- Metal Glue
- Pliers or Cutters
- Sort the bits that are the most appealing first. Remember that you don’t require similar-looking pieces; instead, choose at random.
- Make the pieces tiny and use pliers or cutters to separate them from their shells or chains.
- Take your case and arrange the pieces how you see fit. Then choose one to apply metal adhesive on and replace.
- Rep with the remaining pieces.
Summer has here, and those bright woollen threads are no longer required. Make a fashionable pompom out of it to give the phone cover a cosier look!.
- Small-sized pompom or woolen threads
- Old cover
- You can work with or make your own coloured pompoms using woollen threads if you have them.
- With one finger, make a circle around the thread. Make a ball by cutting the edges from both sides and spreading them out.
Put those on the rear of the case however you like and you’re done.