So the fab people over at Casetify recently offered me the chance to design my own custom phone case and today I wanted to tell you all about the process, show you my gorgeous case and let you know if I think it’s all worth it!
Let me start by saying that customising my own phone case was one of the best things I have ever done. Choosing photos from good old Insta, deciding what order to put them on and having total control over whether I wanted loads of photos or simply a select few was an absolute ball!
As you can see from the photo above I kept my case simple, choosing four of my fave insta photos (and yes, they fit a theme. Such a typical blogger) and I decided on the New Standard Pastel case because that mint green border gives me LIFE! There are different styles to choose from, but this one will cost $40 (All of the prices are listed in dollars but you can order them to the UK. I believe that prices in GPB are shown at checkout)
Delivery on my case took around a week and a half which is super speedy considering that it is a customised case. I was also impressed with how well the case was wrapped so as to avoid any damage during shipping! I personally am not a big fan of chunky phone cases so this is perfect for me because although it’s super durable, it’s not heavy or thick.
Now I know what you’re thinking: this phone case sounds perfect, it couldn’t possibly get better. But it can, because I haven’t even told you my fave thing about it yet!
The part of my case that contains the photos is called a backplate, and it’s not attached to the outer rim of the case. This means that you can change your phone case regularly by just buying new backplates! There is an option with Casetify to design your own backplates, but they also sell some on their website which are simply stunning.
Overall I am delighted with my phone case, I loved designing the case and I cannot wait to shop for more backplates (I can feel a Christmas one coming…!) so if you’re looking for a new phone case, for yourself or as a gift, I would definitely pay Casetify a visit.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this post, please leave me a comment to let me know what you think, and as always thank you SO much for reading.