I love my Samsung Galaxy Note. It doesn't matter that it is a bit too big when I hold it up to my ear when I take a call. I think it's absolutely perfect for my needs.
My only problem with it is the lack of choices for this specific unit's phone cases.
So instead of continuing to gaze longingly at the pretty cases for a certain popular brand of phone, I decided to make a customized one of my own.
And with some washi tapes I bought from Hey Kessy, it definitely wasn't hard to do.
- Back cover - mine is conveniently white so the pink washi tapes blended in perfectly.
- X-acto knife - be very, very careful when using!
- Small scissors - for cutting the tapes. I mentioned that it's small because just in case you don't have an x-acto knife, you can use this to cut through those tiny holes.
- Washi tapes of various designs
1. Cover the phone cases with alternating washi tapes, leaving a bit hanging on both sides. Fold over the excess tapes. I cut it to the edges the first time, but I learned that the tape won't curl or peel off when the edge is tucked inside, just like covering a book with plastic.
2. Using the X-acto knife or small scissors, carefully punch through and cut the holes for the camera, etc. You can also cut one side and leave the other side to be folded inside.
|Now my phone is as sweet as Dara!|