Cool Wooden iPhone Cases

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bamboo wood iphone 4/4s wooden caseWooden iPhone cases are a very sleek and sophisticated way to protect your iPhone. There are a wide variety of wood cases out there, and here are a few of my favorites. They range from simple smooth bamboo to wonderful intricately carved teak wood, or even a combination of leather and wood for an interesting mix of textures.

Have fun exploring this collection of real wood iPhone cases; if you like any of them you can click the photo or the link to see where to buy them.

 bamboo sleek iphone 4/4s wooden case (above)

branch design bamboo wood 2 piece sliding wooden iphone 4/4s case at amazon
branch design bamboo wood 2 piece sliding wooden iphone 4/4s case

wooden iphone 4/4s camera case carved bamboo real wood at amazon


dark walnut wood cool wooden iphone 4/4s case at amazon

dark walnut wood cool wooden iphone 4/4s case at amazon

 

cool tree design wooden bamboo iphone 4/4s case


real wooden iphone 4/4s case pinstripe design

 

bamboo wood carved skull iphone 4/4s case at amazon

 

wood and leather trexta iphone 4/4s case at amazon


cherry walnut wooden iphone 4/4s case at amazon

   
owl wooden iphone 4/4s real wood case
 cherry wooden handmade iphone 4/4s case sleeve at amazon
 
teak wood carved iphone 4/4s wooden case at amazon

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Cool Handmade Upcycled iPhone or iPod Case from an old Necktie: DIY or Buy

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Obviously since I’m always on the lookout for unique and interesting iPhone cases, I get to find a lot of fun stuff ‘by accident’ while I’m searching around online. I found this cool handmade case that really caught my eye, and I especially like the fact that you have the option to DIY or Buy.

This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to make your own cool handmade iPhone or iPod pouch case from an upcycled necktie, or you can buy this exact one-of-a-kind piece made from an awesome retro vintage silk tie in a bright gold and lilac color scheme. Yes, I agree that it’s definitely a bit garish for a tie, but apparently it’s from the 1960’s or 1970’s so I think that just about says it all!

Free tutorial courtesy of Bespangled Jewelry, and the finished one-of-a-kind piece is for sale in one of her Etsy shops, Jezebellamina, where she also makes cool upcycled jewelry and other fun stuff.

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