DIY IPod Stand

Introduction: DIY IPod Stand

About: I am happy.

This is a very simple make-at-home iPod stand. It will, in theory, support any iPod except the Shuffle. Full credit for plans and design to Piers Morgan of www.listsanddiagrams.com. You can find the original instructions here.

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Step 1: Tools

For this instructable you will need:
A. Scissors
B.Cardstock, cardboard, thick paper, etc., etc.
C. Tape (or stapler)
D. A printer
E. An iPod with a connector cable (dur)

Step 2: Print It Out!

Using either file at the bottom of this step, insert your card[whatever] into the printer and print the file out.
The custom file is a blank stand, while the other has an iPod shuffle arrow design on it.

Step 3: Cut It Out!

Well, cut out the stand! What else!
Make sure to cut out the lines noted in the close up. The pictures make this much clearer.
Only cut on the solid lines.

Step 4: Fold. Fun. Repeat.

Fold on the dotted lines. All folds are mountain folds. Only the dotted lines. ONLY!

Step 5: Tape. W00t.

Tape or staple the two flaps on the back together. Again, clearer in the picture.

Step 6: Le Fin!

Done! And now, for your in-instructable entertainment, the iPod Stand finished pictures!

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    3 Discussions

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    H2oHK
    H2oHK

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Congratulations to Piers Morgan. Nice, simple design. This iPod stand reminds me of the paper wrapper that encloses the half-sandwich I purchase at the lunch counter.

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    Superbrick
    Superbrick

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for being the first to comment on my Instructable. I'll try to make more, but until I find something else simple, fun, and frankly, easy, (too many commas) I probably won't.