Hey guys! I’m kind of sick today, but I really wanted to get this post out today, so here we are!
Today we are making:
DIY Doll iPhones and iPhone Cases!
I really thought this would be fun because I figured my dolls needed a phone, so I made my dolls ten phones with different cases!
The first step is the print out these phones.
I printed out ten, because that’s how many dolls I have, but you can do as many as you want.
These are the images I used. Just copy and paste a bunch on a Google Doc or Word Page.
Then use a pencil to trace the cut out phones on cardboard. I used a pizza box side. 😄 😄 😄
You can use a glue stick to glue on only the front side on, because you won’t need the back side if you want a case.
And then after you glue on the paper, use some packaging tape to make both sides shiny.
Golden Flower Phone Case
In my Easter Basket, I got a package of chocolate frogs, and I LOVED the pattern on it! So I made it into a phone case. You could probably do this this with any gold flower scrapbook paper.
I just glued the cardboard phone onto the BACK of the packaging…
And here we have it!
Watermelon Phone Case
For this one you will need a cut cardboard phone, with no paper attached to it, so you don’t spill paint on the screen. Take some red puffy paint, and paint a thick layer onto about 3/4 of the piece of cardboard.
Then cover the rest with green.
You can use an old gift card, a plastic knife, or in my case, the handle of a plastic fork to scrape it horizontally so that the paint is smoothed out like so.
Next, use back puffy paint to paint on seeds! Lets dry completely, and then add on the phone screen.
Mermaid phone case
I printed out a mermaid scale print, and sized it down a bit. Just google “mermaid scale print”
With a glue stick, glue the back of the cardboard phone onto the back of the mermaid scales.
Finally, put the packaging tape and screen on, and Voi-la!
Rainbow Phone Case
With red, orange, yellow, green, and blue puffy paint, paint the case with a thick layer.
Use the fork or the gift card or anything else easy to scrape, scrape the paint a bit vertically to make it smooth. Let dry before adding the screen.
Mandala phone case
Trace your case on printer paper.
Then doodle a little mandala with a fine point sharpie on the case!
Printable Phone Case
I cut and printed out a doll sized human phone case printable.
Glue the case to the back of your chosen case.
And here it is!
Fuzzy phone case
Fold a pipe cleaner accordian style that will fit the case.
Cover the case with hot glue.
And that’s it! It’d be best not to put packaging tape on the top, but do put it on the screen.
Washi Tape case
All you need to do is cover the case with washi tape.
You will need printer paper and watercolors. Create an ombre on the paper.
Gem Phone Case
These Gem sheets are from the dollar store! (Thanks Grandma!)
Stick then on the phone and trim the excess!