Artisan Paperie Hand-painted iPhone Case

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I have a thing with phone cases since I had my very first iPhone. I used to buy Cath Kidston and other cute designs and change it every two months. Then just last year when I visited my sister in Vancouver, I saw a plain transparent and black iPhone 6 case. I suddenly imagine painting on it or a DIY maybe. Although, I think that case wasn’t meant for a DIY but I bought two anyway. The funny thing was, I don’t have an iPhone 6 back then, haha.

This was my first attempt to paint or draw on it. I like it so much that before I went back home to Davao, I bought few more so I can experiment on it more.

Few months after, I did another one. This time it was a mixed media of patterned paper and washi tapes. So, I had two cases but still no iPhone 6, haha. (I already have one now, so yeah, I really enjoy using my own DIY cases).

Anyway, I went further on experimenting and tried painting on it this time. And I was so happy with the result. I love that there’s texture but not distracting on your hand.

So now, it’s already available in my shop and online. Unfortunately, this is for iPhone 6 only. I cannot find plain cases for other phone models. But if you have an old plain case, maybe I can paint on it too…

For now, there’s 2 botanicals you can choose from. Lavander and rose on white or transparent case. I’ll try to add few more but it’s hand-painted and the christmas rush is already starting so I’m not sure if they’ll be enough time for this.

This is really a nice gift too, especially if you’re into handmade. Maybe, I can customise it by adding a name. I don’t know yet, but we’ll see.


1 thought on “Artisan Paperie Hand-painted iPhone Case”

  1. Dearest artisan,
    My name is liz and i just wanted to let you know that i think your i phone covers are so lovely. This is my first time seeing a hand painted cover. I wanted to ask the brand of paint used and what kind of paint you used and if the paint peels of the coves. And with your charming diy cover using the washi tape, did you have any problems with the tape curling at the edges? All your covers are beautiful works of art.


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