Hello everyone I´m back with yet another super fun DIY!
My current obsession, aside from fidget spinners (I know, I´m that basic) is popsockets. I think they are amazing not only because there are so many designs to choose but because I´m also one those persons who is constantly dropping my phone and that´s why I think popsockets are so cool , not only they make my phone look great but they also prevent me from dropping it. So without further ado here is my DIY tutorial for a cellphone case with a popsocket!
For the materials you will need:
An acrilic phone case
1. First you will need to create the shape you want your popsocket to be. For this DIY I made an Tsum-Tsum Daisy Duck (I love disney) and an abstract form. You will also need to make 4 4x2 pieces that will serve as the holder and 1 4x5 that you will use as the base.
2. Iron your designs with the ironing paper and let them cool for about 10 minutes.
3. Once the perler pieces are cool you can assembly the popsocket. First we will hot glue the 4 4x2 pieces one on top of the another to create the holder (I used four pieces but this can change according to your fingers so be sure to test it before glueing all the pieces together).
4. With the help of a pen draw the shape of your phone on the foami, keep in mind that you also have to draw the camera space and the buttons.
5. Cut the foami and glue it to the acrilic case (this can be an old case or it can be a store bought one that doesn´t have any designs) Once the case is ready attach the popsocket to the bottom part of the case and there you have it, a super fun popsocket to customize your phone!
This is all for the day and I hope you enjoy this DIY as much as I enjoyed making it, also stay tuned for a DIY fidget spinner made with waterbottles caps and lots of glitter!