DODOCase Modification for IPhone 6

My iPhone 6 didn't fit in the DODOCase and kept sliding out. To personalize my case and help hold my phone in place, I added some pattern paper along the top section of the case and a flap on one side that I adhered down with foam tape. I can now slide my phone in the case and enjoy the view.

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Step 1: Step 1: Assembly

Assemble your DODOCase as per the instructions included in the packaging.

Step 2: Step 2: Decorate

Using scrapbook pattern paper and regular glue sticks, add paper of your choice. Make sure to cut the paper to size so that you keep the clean lines of the DODOCase.

Step 3: Step 3: IPhone 6 Flap

To make sure that your iPhone 6 doesn't slide out while using, select a piece of scrap booking paper that matches your theme. Cut it as wide as the DODOCase and about 1.5 inches long. Adhere the one end to the top of the case and fold it down along the opening of the front of the case. This will create the flap. Adhere the flap down with foam tape.

Step 4: Step 4: Have Fun

Wait for all the glue to dry and then have fun using your newly customized DODOCase.

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    5 years ago on Introduction

    Very nice modification to make your phone fit your dodocase! Great work, thanks for sharing this.