Monday, June 11, 2012

Cell Phone Cases- Part 3 of 4

Hi Everyone,

Today is part 3 of my 4 part series on cell phone cases. This case is also velvet stamped like last week but it has a different look to the trim and fabric. This case would be great for a night on the town. And remember if you choose to create one of these velvet stamped cases, that you can change the look by using a different color of velvet and trim.

I hope that you have a chance to create one of these cell phone cases for yourself or to give as a gift. They are simple to make but elegant to look at, and don't forget the fact that you never have to dig through your purse again! I'd make 10 of them for that reason alone!! Don't forget to check back with me next week for the last case in the series. This one is very fun and colorful. I can't wait to show you!!!

Thanks for joining me. Until next time...

Crafty hugs,

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Burgundy Velvet Acetate-Rayon material
Burgundy trim
TrimTationsÔ Designer Accents- # SM3516 PR by Expo International Inc.Ò
White & Silver cording- 1 yard
Sewing machine
Fabri-Tac Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Spray bottle with water
Rubber Stamp:
Leaf pattern by All Night MediaÒ

Step 1. Set iron on wool or cotton setting with no steam. Lightly mist the back side of the velvet.   Place the stamp rubber side up on your ironing board. Lay fabric right side down against the stamp.
Step 2. Press the iron to fabric, hold for 10 to 20 seconds and lift up the iron carefully, being careful not to move the fabric. Repeat pattern until fabric is covered. 
            NOTE: Avoid iron holes and practice first on a piece of scrap material 
Step 3. Cut material to measure 11”L x 4 ½”W. Turn each end under ½” press and sew. With right sides together, sew each side ½” from edge of material. Cut excess material close to stitching. Turn material inside out                       
Step 4. With needle and thread, stitch cording to each side of phone case. Glue trims to top and bottom edge with fabric glue.


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Mary said...

This cell phone case is absolutely gorgeous!

Bea said...

This is lovely and I will look for some materials to make one for myself - thanks for sharing

Maria said...

Hi Lisa, I have been wanting to make some kind of cellphone holder for sometime now. I'm like you and can't stand digging in my purse for it. I've tried putting it in my pocket but again by the time I get my hands free to pull it out I've missed the call. Anyway I've looked at lots of cellphone purse patterns and haven't found one I liked until I ran a cross yours! I'm definitely headed to my crafty store today and purchase enough of the materials to make several of each!! Thank you for a fantastic pattern and such adorable purses! I hope you don't mind but I'm going to pin them on Pinterest, of course making sure the pin leads back to your site

Phone Guru said...

Hmm..not bad, looks like its been made of chanel fabric. Nice design!

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