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So I was going to post this on Sunday but my polyvore editor just didn't want to cooperate , ugh. Yeah but anyways here are some ideas :

➥ 1. DIY Glitter Phone Case
Things you'll need :
Mod podge, glitter powder, phone case, paintbrush & clear gloss sealing spray 

O1. Put a decently thick layer of mod podge over the case.
(Don’t worry about making it perfect, this is just your first layer.)
O2. Pour some glitter powder on the mod podge and shake it softly side to side in attempt to cover as much as possible on your first layer.
O3. Let the first layer dry and add more layers as needed until the case is completely covered.
O4. When the glitter is completely dry, give the case an even coat with some gloss sealing spray. Apply as many coats as needed (or until the sparkles don’t come off).

➥ 2. DIY Studded iPhone Case 
Things you'll need :
Phone case (you could get cheap ones on ebay)
Iron on studs (make sure they have no "legs")
Krazy glue
Ruler
Pencil

O1. Lay out your design first before gluing anything, just to get an idea of how it would look. When you get an idea of where the placement would be , remove all the studs but one to mark the "start." Using a ruler, draw a line lightly with a pencil to use as a guide. Time to glue!
O2. Put a small dot of glue directly onto the case, where you'd like the stud to go. Quickly place the stud on top of the glue. As soon as you get the placement right , stop touching it and move on to the next one.
O3. In order to maintain a straight line of studs, it's best to take your time. You can even take a break after a couple rows because you might start to rush. Once you have all your studs glued, leave the case alone! No touching for at least 24 hours!

➥ 3. DIY feather case (the easiest one)
Things you'll need : 
feather , clear rubber iphone case

O1. Simply slip a peacock feather in between the case and the phone.
O2. You're done !

➥ 4. DIY Pearl iPhone Case 

O1. Paint an old iPhone case with white fabric paint.
O2. Cut the backs off pearl clip-on earrings. The ones on the picture are from forever 21.
O3. Decide where you want to place the earrings and secure it with E-6000.
O4. Cut a faux pearl necklace and start applying the beads with E-6000.
O5. Add some rhinestones from broken jewelry as filler in the pearls.

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xo ~ Aly. ♥ ~

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