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Sweet Handmade DS Case Answered

This custom DS case hits the mark perfectly. Too bad they're already sold out.

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Firebert010

11 years ago

Somebody's got to make in 'Ible on this. That's just too cool to leave as a tempting picture.

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Doctor What

11 years ago

Couldn't we just make our own? Instead of buying them?

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threecheersfornickDoctor What

Reply 11 years ago

I'm totally making one. Actually, I was totally making one before I saw your comment.

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threecheersfornickDoctor What

Reply 11 years ago

When I make one, I'll try... I'm not sure how well it'll work though. I'm still learning to use my machine (it's a Pfaff 230 -- built like a tank, but the bobbin's a b*tch), and I have no idea how to do zippers.

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Yerboogieman

11 years ago

maybe for a PSP but a DS doesnt even get internet

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YerboogiemanNoodle93

Reply 11 years ago

kool, my dads girlfriends kid has one and he doesnt know if its a lite, what the hell an internet is or any kool games for it, he just plays old gameboy games

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dsman195276

11 years ago

ah, gaze at its coolness... I NEED that!

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Ward_Noxdsman195276

Reply 11 years ago

some one needs to make an instructable for these

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Ward_NoxWard_Nox

Reply 11 years ago

acctually now that i think on it they'd be easy to make esp if you air brushed the controller/gamboy kibble instead of sewed it

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dsman195276Ward_Nox

Reply 11 years ago

yea, the only problem i see is that nintendo would have a copyright on it. so if we made one we could get sued.

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kowala159dsman195276

Reply 11 years ago

You can only get sued if you sold it with the name Nintendo on it. If you use it for yourself you can't get sued, and you can give it to someone as long as you do not get paid in any way. If you make a profit they can sue you. But yes, you can make one.

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dsman195276kowala159

Reply 11 years ago

no, i mean i could get sued if we post instructions for it.

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kowala159dsman195276

Reply 11 years ago

No, you would not get sued if you made instructions for it either, as long as you don't use the word Nintendo anywhere on the product and you say that Nintendo is a registered name of Nintendo of America Inc.