How to make your own iPhone Cover
So, its ridiculous how much iPhone covers cost- I can't handle it. I've seen a few tutorials out there, but I thought I'd combine a few and make my own.
What you need:
Clear iPhone cases (I bought mine on Etsy for $5 each at iHeartZena)
Cardstock or something like it (like a photo- or... a comic book!)
My cost broke down to 20 pieces of cardstock (which could ultimately make 8 each) for $7. That makes .35 cents a piece of stock, or .17 cents per backing if I were thrifty. Anyway, I spent a total of $22 to make 3 bases with as many interchanges as I want, and that's pretty awesome.
First, I found a cool template I could just print out here.
HINT: Cut the rectangle first, then use your template to curve the corners- it is WAY easier.
I didn't like the rectangle in the pattern, so I traced my own. I'm not an artist, so the below isn't pretty- but it did the job!!
For my second one, I had a patterned print. Be careful to take the time to line it up.
So, while I made one, I decided to make quite a few!
My husband loved this project, and made his own out of an old comic- would be a great gift for a teen-aged boy or 30 yr old man :)