Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Recover iPhone Case Tutorial, No Sew!

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Materials:
Mod Podge
old fabric from iPhone case
Fray Check
paint brush
paper towels
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Step 1: First take the old fabric from your Speck case and place it gentle over your new fabric choice. Trace and cut the new fabric using the old fabric as a template. Discard the old fabric. Squeeze Fray Check around all of the raw edges of the new fabric.
I am using fabric from Amy Butler’s nigella collection, wood fern in nickel.
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Step 2: Using a paint brush paint the Mod Podge onto the exterior shell of the Speck Case. Coat it in the thick even layer of Mod Podge.
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Step 3: Carefully place the new fabric over the exterior shell of the Speck case. Let the case completely dry before using.
Enjoy your new recovered iPhone case! I love my case and I just saved $30.00!!!
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4 comments:

Mod Podge Amy said...

Very cool - I like it!

Chelle said...

Very cool. I may have to do this to get the case I want.

aprillynn said...

How long did this last ? I am considering doing it to my otter box. Thanks, April

Sew Spoiled said...

My daughter still uses my old iPhone for games and she has this case still on it.
Thanks,
Leah