Make a cool sleeve for your iPod or cell phone that will protect it from water, dust, and all those other evil things. First instructable- that means no flaming :p.
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Step 1: Materials
You're going to need some duct tape(I chose black),clear packaging tape, scissors, x-acto knife or some other kind of razor, and (of course) your cell phone or mp3 player. You can get different colored duct tape at wal-mart or the home depot. I decided to use black because it looks classy and matches my phone.
Step 2: This Is a Title
Cut out a piece of duct tape about half as long as your phone/ipod.
Step 3: Now It Gets Harder
Fold the duct tape over. This takes practice, so if you don't get it after a couple of tries you can just stick two smaller pieces of tape together
Step 4: Ya I Know Waste of Step
Ya you are now done with the back cover
Step 5: Side Flaps
Get a piece of tape as long as the phone/mp3.
Fold it the long ways.
Step 6: Hahaha Lolzerz a Title
Tape it all together and stick the phone/mp3 in. Should look like pics. Again, sorry for the bad quality.
Step 7: Titles Are a Burden
Cut off the excess on the top and front of phone.
Step 8: So Is Internet F***ing Explorer
Cut out a tiny piece and fold it.
Step 9: Seriously Get Firefox
Tape the tiny lil thing you just made to the top.
Step 10: Internet Explorer Sucks
Repeat step 2 only with the clear packaging tape and make it a little longer.
Step 11: Enough Rants About the Worst Browser Ever Made(oops Slipped One)
tape your clear cover on with more clear tape. Make sure the whole phone/mp3 is covered now. If it's not you need a longer piece of packaging tape. It should look like the picture. almost done....
Step 12: We All Done Now
Use your razor to cut out holes for the charger, headphones, speaker, etc.
If you want to take the phone/mp3 out of it's sleeve then use your razor to cut out a flap at the top or bottom and tape it back together after you put the mp3/cell back in. Congratulations you're now the proud owner of a cool little sleeve for your handheld electronics(im tired of saying phone/mp3 lol)