DIY Custom Phone Case

My phone is constantly in my hand, on my desk, or sitting on the table at a restaurant.  I realized that it’s prime real estate for advertising my business.  This tip is awesome because it’s cute and it’s lead magnet!  People constantly ask about my phone: “Are you and artist?”  “What’s Love Bug Face Painting?”. Continue reading to learn how to make your own custom phone case for $3.

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This is the secret.  I picked up this clear phone case at the craft store for $3 and I can effortlessly swap out my custom liners. Here’s the process.

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Step 1: Print out your logo or design on regular printer paper.  In this case I used my face painting logo and guessed at the size which worked out well.

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Step 2: Trace the outline of your phone case.  DO NOT trace the camera hole because it will be in the wrong side when you flip over the insert.

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Step 3:  Cut out your insert.  I cut about 1/4 in smaller than my trace line so it fit well in the plastic cover.  This is the time to trace and cut the camera hole.

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That’s it!  Just insert your the paper and snap on the case.

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Right now I’m rocking this watercolor insert and I get questions about it all the time. I found it simply by searching on google.  You could use your logo, photos of your work, even just a business card for the time being.

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There you go.  So simple, right?  I hope you enjoy and please send me your photos of your custom phone cases or tag me on facebook and instagram @lovebugfacepainting.  I would love to see them. If you aren’t already a subscriber, please sign up today and I’ll email you a free face painting menu to say thanks! ‘Till next time.

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Sara Meyer

LoveBugFacepainting@gmail.com

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