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Now You Can Draw On These iPhone Cases And Design A Unique One For Yourself

Now You Can Draw On These iPhone Cases And Design A Unique One For Yourself

I have something really cool to share you on this post. Now, you can have the option to personalize your iPhone case. How? I’ll present five covers you can use to get creative and where upon express your unique personality. The cases featured here can be utilized like a notepad. Yes, you can use them for doodling, or for pumping up your own fresh designs. I’m pretty sure the creative types will absolutely love these cases. Moreover, you can change designs on a regular basis. I’m confident one of the cases presented here can help you find the perfect fit for your caprices.

1. Trexta’s Sketch Up cases.

They are manufactured using recycled paper and plastic, and they come with a marker pen. Owners can create their own designs with the marker pen giving them the liberty to express their unique taste and personality. See how it looks below.

Case 1

    2. The Erase case.

    case 2

      The Erase Case is perfect for doodlers. You can write, draw, doodle and design on the white case to your heart’s content, then delete your creations with the bundled cleaning solution. The case comes with a black marker as standard, but you can buy a colored set as an optional extra.
      Available for: iPhone 4, 5
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      Image: The Erase Case

      3. iFoolish Magic Drawing Case

      case 3

        If you’re looking for a non-permanent way to draw on your iPhone cover, consider the iFoolish. A 3.7-inch “retro red magic drawing board,” you can get creative with the built-in stylus time and time again.

        Available for: iPhone 4, 5

        Image: Expansys

        4. Draw Your Own iPhone Case

        case 4

          This clever Etsy offering gives you a case that works like a frame and three perfectly-sized, blank “Doodle Skins” to design and display on the back of your handset.

          Available for: iPhone 4

          5. Customizable iPhone Cover

           

          case 5

            This kit comprises of a lightweight, white iCover, a black marker, a cleaning solution and a soft cloth. You can write notes to yourself or draw new case decor at any time, then delete your creations when you fancy a fresh design.

            Available for: iPhone 4

            You Can Draw on These 5 iPhone Cases is originally published by Mashable.

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