Cell phone cases aren’t just functional. They have become accessories that show our personal style. Rather than buying a generic one, why not create a one of a kind case?
Here's what you'll need to create a dried flower phone case...
Cell Phone Case
Pressed, Dried Flowers
2 Clear Disposable Cups
I purchased the dried flowers online. But, of course, you could dry your own.
Cover your work surface with wax paper.
Use tweezers to place the flowers on the clear case to get the arrangement you like.
Once the flowers are placed how you like, glue them down to hold them in place.
To mix the resin, begin by placing a ruler inside one of the clear disposable cups. Place a mark with a permanent marker at ½ inch. Repeat with the second cup. It is important to mix the exact amount of resin and hardener.
Pour the hardener into the cup with the resin, and mix with a craft stick following the instructions on the package.
This next step is optional...
Once the resin and hardener have been mixed for the proper amount of time, pour in a little glitter to add some sparkle.
Mix the glitter into the resin.
Slowly pour the resin onto the phone case, covering all the flowers. You will have mixed more resin that you need so pour a small amount. Do not pour resin to the edges.
Use a craft stick to spread the resin to the edges of the case.
Use a Q Tip with acetone to remove any resin that runs down the side of the case. Allow the resin to dry according to package directions.
Enjoy your one of a kind case!
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