How to DIY a Papercraft Phone Case

This guide is in partnership with Maker’s Mart by Spellbinders®.

How to DIY a Papercraft Phone Case
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We’ve teamed up with Maker’s Mart by Spellbinders® to create some DIYs with their latest product, the Prizm™. For this DIY, we made something you can never have too many of: phone case inserts!

We’ve teamed up with Maker’s Mart by Spellbinders® to create some DIYs with their latest product, the Prizm™. For this DIY, we made something you can never have too many of: phone case inserts!

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Gather your supplies.

Gather your supplies.

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Trace the phone case shape onto a piece of colorful card stock.

Trace the phone case shape onto a piece of colorful card stock.

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Carefully cut the case out using a utility knife.

Carefully cut the case out using a utility knife.

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Don’t forget the camera hole!

Don’t forget the camera hole!

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Make a sandwich — base plate, die template (ridges up!), paper, then cutting plate.

Make a sandwich — base plate, die template (ridges up!), paper, then cutting plate.

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Run it through the Prizm™.

Run it through the Prizm™.

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Use a pin or needle to remove the paper from the die template.

Use a pin or needle to remove the paper from the die template.

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Repeat these steps until you have a ton of pieces to work with.

Repeat these steps until you have a ton of pieces to work with.

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Carefully glue the paper pieces to the phone case shape in whichever pattern you like. We went with a 70s floral vibe.

Carefully glue the paper pieces to the phone case shape in whichever pattern you like. We went with a 70s floral vibe.

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Trim the edges if necessary once the glue has dried.

Trim the edges if necessary once the glue has dried.

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Pop the paper insert into the back of your case, and you’re done!

Pop the paper insert into the back of your case, and you’re done!

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To find more DIYs using the Prizm™, click here: http://go.brit.co/2egmGZs

To find more DIYs using the Prizm™, click here: go.brit.co/2egmGZs

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