I hope you all had a wonderful Father’s Day with the men in your life that you love! For those of you who are out there that don’t have their fathers around anymore (like me) I hope that you spent the day thinking of all the fond memories you shared with him while he was here with you. I know I did!
As promised, this is the last segment on my series about cell phone cases. This cell phone case holds a special place in my heart because it’s so colorful, fun, and queenly, like me!!!
If you’re looking for something fun to wear this cell phone case is right up your alley, but let me say now, it’s so fun & funky that it is not for the week of heart. You definitely need to be confident to pull this look off and queenly too! So, I say if you choose to create this crazy and colorful cell phone case and wear it out in public, make sure your crown is placed firmly on your head!!!
Thanks for joining me. Until next time…
Stampin’ Queen Creations
Give The Queen A Call!!!
Blue Gingham material- 11”L x 4 ½” W
Mary EngelbrietÒ material panel
Eyelash trim- # IR1785 Yellow by Expo International Inc.Ò
Blue beaded trim
Yellow cording- 1 yard
Fabri-TAC™ glue by Beacon Adhesives®
Aleene’sÒ Paper Glaze by Duncan Enterprises
Step 1. 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 2. With needle and thread, stitch cording to each side of phone case. Cut out Mary Engelbriet designs from panel. Apply Aleene’sÒ Paper Glaze to highlights on the jewels and flowers. Let dry.
Step 3. Adhere designs to case with fabric glue. Glue trims to top and bottom edge with fabric glue.
NOTE: Slide a piece of card stock into the case when using the fabric glue to avoid sticking together.