Picking out your phone case is a tricky decision – we can never commit to one! Our new Clear iPhone 6 Case, however, will give you a less permanent option! Equipped with a template and phone case, you have the freedom to express your personality exactly how you want to. Pick your personality below for some inspiration for decorating your own case!

Playful

playful iphone case

You’re pleasantly humorous and looking for laughs! For your phone case, washi tape is the perfect thing to complement a playful personality. Fun patterns and bright colors match your fun outlook. Chances are, you’re busy playing around with your friends while you make your case. So, go with washi tape – it’s quick, easy, and vibrant.

What We Used

  • 8.5″ x 11″ Cardstock in Bluebell
  • Flamingo Washi Tape
  • Gold Dot Washi Tape
  • Neon Washi Tape Set
  • Shimmery Gold Washi Tape
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    Bold

    bold iphone case

    Like any bold DIY’er, you like to make a statement. You make your presence known everywhere you are, and, just like a stamp, you leave your mark. If you want to go that extra crafty step – use embossing powder to add a little shine.

    What We Used

  • 8.5″ x 11″ Cardstock in Beet
  • Single Starburst Rubber Stamp
  • VersaMark Watermark Inkpad
  • Princess Gold Embossing Powder
  • Embossing Heat Tool
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    Romantic

    romantic iphone case

    You’re connected to the world through your emotions and live passionately. Painting your case allows you to express your feelings. We created a marble effect with calming colors and swirls, and it truly feels like we’ve lost ourselves in love.

    What We Used

  • 8.5″ x 11″ Cardstock in White
  • Gold Metallic Acrylic Craft Paint
  • Hydrangea Purple Satin Acrylic Craft Paint
  • 1″ Poly Brush
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    Chic

    chic iphone case

    You’re on point and a trendy, chic crafter. There’s no need to get messy with various techniques when you’ve got the latest (and greatest) fine paper on hand! With elegant patterns, and vibrant colors, fine paper makes for an amazing DIY phone case technique.

    What We Used

  • Dark Vintage Floral Wrapping Paper
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    5 Responses

    1. Laura says:

      I LOVE all these beautiful papers…I’ve made phone cases, used them for scrapbooks, and I make collages. I DO NOT want to make cards, any other great and different ideas for using these incredible products?

      • Meg Kowieski says:

        Great question, Laura! Here are a few blog posts about some other great ways to use our beautiful fine paper. We hope this inspires you!

        http://blog.papersource.com/diy/an-illuminating-diy/
        http://blog.papersource.com/diy/diy-moments-vol-16-no-1/
        http://blog.papersource.com/diy/fun-crafts-fine-papers/

      • Pat Sauter says:

        We’ve used our beautiful fine papers to cover lampshades, sticky note pads, and other small art décor such as frames for those special photos and journals. Let your imagination soar-whatever can be covered in patterned paper can become a new art object for your home or desk!

        Ask your PaperSource salesperson to recommend the correct glue for your project.

        Water-based glues such as Mod Podge or Elmer’s contain more liquid and will therefore make your paper buckle as it dries. We recommend Beacon Zip-Dry Paper Glue which is archival, doesn’t buckle and has a fine tip to distribute your glue in a more controlled application.

        Scotch Super77 is a spray adhesive which bonds to fabic, cardboard, plastic, metal and wood. It should be applied in a well-ventilated area or outdoors.

        Bookbinders and others who like the versatility of applying glue to paper use PVA which has the consistency of Elmer’s glue and is spreadable with your finger/brush and washes off with water. It is perfect for applying to larger areas such as book covers or surfaces that you don’t want to buckle.

        Again, ask your PaperSource associate for the best recommendation. Have fun being creative!

    2. good says:

      super

    3. Charay says:

      I like these ideas but there is no “how”. Do I glue the paper on? Best way to cut it out…need help!

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