DIY Neon Studded Phone Case

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After seeking out our favorite DIY iPhone cases,  it was about time that we made our own. And when we spotted these new neon studs in our store, we knew they would be a great addition to a plain white phone case. Armed with our studs and some E3000 glue, we created this neon iPhone case that will be the perfect summer accessory. Keep reading to find out how to make your own!

Supplies:
 

1. Begin to arrange your studs on the case to figure out the design you want. You could do polka dots, or stripes, but we opted for a simple geometric pattern.

2. Using the E3000 glue, begin to individually glue down each stud. If you use the same pattern as us, start in the middle and work your way out. You may want to use a toothpick to apply glue to each stud.

3. Continue to apply the studs until you’ve covered the entire phone case. Let dry for half an hour then you’re ready to show off your new neon case!

12 comments on “DIY Neon Studded Phone Case

  1. tanya says:

    So cute and bright.

  2. Laura says:

    ohh, I wish I had an Iphone..

  3. Ann says:

    I LOVE THIS! i always opt for bright colored things and this takes the cake! :)

  4. Michelle says:

    Love it! <3

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  6. […] that shimmers isn’t gold. Sometimes it’s neon! Check out our DIY on how to make this fun neon-studded phone! You can get those fabulous neon studs […]

  7. Kristine says:

    These are super cute! Do you know where else one would buy those studs? We are in MN so don’t have access to that store…

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