10 iPhone Cases for Makers, Crafters + DIYers
Calling all creative folks! Need a new iPhone case? And not up for customizing and creating your own? While there are tons of gorgeously designed cases with beautiful patterns, funny phrases, and glitter all over them, there are just a handful of cases that have that extra special something DIYers dig. From clipboards to cross-stitch, each of these cases is sure to take your love of making to the next level.
2. Switch Easy Kirigami Hearts ($25): Topped with playful 3D heart and butterfly cutouts, this case comes with interchangeable metallic inserts so you can mix things up as you like. With spring in the air, we’re definitely digging the butterfly look.
3. Little Black Book ($40): It looks just like a Moleskine! Taking a cue from the folks at DODOcase, this little number is great for folks who like a more analog look for their digital devices.
4. Colorways Case ($30): How cool is this? With so many color options, it’s a pretty great way for practicing your color theory skills. Plus, it’s just plain fun to put together.
5. Cross-Stitch Case ($7): This is one of those cases that we’ll just never get over. It embodies tech meets handmade in a colorful, beautiful, and simple way. The kit comes with thread as well as a booklet with design ideas. Rumor has it a couple Brit + Co. staffers have been working on their own designs – stay tuned for results!
6. Cubit ($30): We like to think of this case as a real life Tetris board. Created with the idea of letting the user make custom patterns and designs, we’re guessing this could easily turn into a pretty sweet travel game.
8. Pegit ($40): Quirky may have been the first company to release iPhone 5 case concepts before the phone itself was even released. We’re still swooning over the Pegit, a case that comes with six interchangeable panels so you can change up the colors and look of your case in just a few quick snaps. P.S. Too Pegit to quit?
Bonus! Measuring Tape (Concept): This case concept is actually what inspired this whole roundup. Why does this case not exist yet? Please DeWalt, make it happen!