Mine ended up looking like a Chemical Suit.
Before we start, Just thought I'd draw your attention to the "View all steps on one page" button. I'm not suggesting my instructable is best viewed like that, I'm just pointing out that the button exists. I took me about a week of reading instructables to notice it, now I click it every time I read somebodies instructable.
Possibly my favorite feature of Instructables.
Step 1: Gather Materials, Get Workspace
Phone (I used my Nokia 5140 with GPS Shell)
Paper (About half a sheet of printer paper)
Plastic Food Bag (optional)
Find somewhere to work.
(I used what little of my desk i could clear by pushing things out of the way.)
Step 2: Prepare the Paper
2. Watch you plastic food bag fall off the desk.
3. Scrunch up your paper.
4. Unscrunch your paper.
Repeat points 3 and 4 till paper is supple and wrinkled (like a bank note*)
*In my younger more deviant days i would print out £5 notes on my printer and then "soften" the paper to make it feel right. I never managed to buy anything off adults using this method.
Yes £5 (Five Pounds), I live in the UK. Despite not having dollars the word dollar has, annoyingly, entered the slang vocabulary. (e.g. "ee-yah mate, got a dollah?")
Step 3: Measure and Trim Paper
2. Wrap Paper around phone.
3. Trim excess paper.
Step 4: Cut Window for screen
To find where the screen is, go somewhere dark and use the screen light (see picture). Then you could draw around the screen and cut along the lines.
(Ghetto Points if you cut it out whilst the papers still on the phone, without even drawing guide lines.)
Step 5: Add plastic screen cover.
2. Cut out suitable size section.
(Has to be slightly bigger than window hole in paper)
3. Tape it into place.