Wednesday, 25 January 2012

DIY Studded Phone Case





I've seen these studded phone cases everywhere recently, so here is my attempt! I think it really jazzes up my ageing Nokia e63. I bought my silicone black case from ebay for a few pounds and the studs were pulled off an old belt. Basically, you just shove studs through with your fingers and fold down the back firmly as not to scratch your phone. I don't know how long I'll keep it on, phone cases annoy me but I quite like the chunky and heaviness to this one. Plus its handmade and is sure to catch a few eyes! They are so easy to make and you can whip the case off if you get bored of it or shove it back on for a night out/special occasion.
I'd also like to try this with lots of tiny studs, it would take forever to do but I think it would create a completely different look.
Has anyone else self-studded their phone? Leave me a link in the comments!

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11 comments

  1. I like it!
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  2. Wow great job, I love it :D

    Joselin
    xxx

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  3. look so good, your so creative!

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  4. Looks amazing. I think I may have to try this when I eventually get an iPhone.
    x

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  5. amazing idea! I've needed a phone case for ages but never found one that I liked. I'll definitely try this out! xxx

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  6. I've been meaning to do this for a while but the studs I ordered haven't arrived yet :( Yours looks great!! x

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  7. This is such a good idea, it looks so great! I really want to try this now, I've got a really tacky case on at the minute (and secretly/not so secretly completely love it)

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  8. I love these. You're right when ever I see them I think ooo but they are way over priced I'll have to try this.

    Bluebox89

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