The CaseMaker™ Pro customizable iPhone case kit lets you design your own unique iPhone 5 or 5s cases according to your mood with interchangeable photos, magazines, newspapers, postcards, print-outs, art patterns, or other paper items already in your home. The CaseMaker Pro kit comes with a one-step cropper with guide and clear iPhone 5/5s case that makes the perfect gift for a loved one. Show off cases made with adorable photos from family, kids’ sporting events, dance recitals, birthdays, vacations, sports teams, slogans, beliefs, ideas, articles and more. The possibilities are endless!
The CaseMaker™ Pro customizable iPhone case kit is totally awesome and so simple to use. My kids can even use it and keep switching out photos on my iPhone. It is a whole punch in the shape of an iPhone case. Find a photo or whatever that you would like to use and slide it into the punch (placed on a hard flat surface). Line up the photo in the punch with the silver iPhone case image on the top. Push down and punch. Then it is as easy as placing the photo in the blank case and display your new case to the world. The punch is a very heavy duty punch – and physically heavy! Definitely do not drop this on your foot – it would not end well.
We go on a ton of family adventures and I can tell we will be changing this photo quite frequently. It takes two seconds! I love how slim the case is – and it isn’t some cheap flimsy plastic case. The transparent section is plastic but it has a rubber bumper to still protect my phone. The case still has all the appropriate spots so I don’t need to take the case off to plug in my headphones, charge it, or use the volume.
I know when my friends notice my phone case image changing all the time – they will definitely want one for themselves!
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