Hi there! Today I’m sharing how you can add some personality to your iPhone case using wallpaper samples. It’s a really easy project that only takes a few minutes to do!
All you need to make your own iPhone case is a clear case (I purchased mine here for less than $5), scissors (or an x-acto knife), a pen or pencil, and a wallpaper sample of your choice. I always love the fun fresh patterns of Serena & Lily, so I ordered some samples that were free!
I started by tracing an outline of the case onto the back of the wallpaper sample.
Then, I cut out the outline with scissors.
Next, I put the cutout into the case to make sure it fit and made any necessary trimmings.
Then, I traced an outline for the camera lens and flash hole.
Lastly, I cut the hole out with the scissors. Using an x-acto knife to cut out the hole would probably be easier and more exact for this step. I didn’t have one on hand so scissors it was!
And that’s it! When I grow tired of this pattern, I can simply switch out the paper for another fun pattern.
It’s a lot cheaper than buying a new case and I get to enjoy all my favorite designer patterns!