DIY Niall Horan Phone Case by Jameslynn Sons - Musely
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DIY Niall Horan Phone Case

posted in Various
12/14/2014
  • You'll need; green, orange(I mixed my own), and white paint, paint brushes(and a sponge), a pencil(or you can use painters tape), a phone case, and a ruler(optional).
    You'll need; green, orange(I mixed my own), and white paint, paint brushes(and a sponge), a pencil(or you can use painters tape), a phone case, and a ruler(optional).
  • First; if you don't have a plain phone case and you're using and old one, pain it white. You may need to do a few coats. I did 2.
    First; if you don't have a plain phone case and you're using and old one, pain it white. You may need to do a few coats. I did 2.
  • After the white paint is dry, either use painters tape or a pencil and ruler to divide the case into 3 sections.
    After the white paint is dry, either use painters tape or a pencil and ruler to divide the case into 3 sections.
  • Next paint the two outer sections. The left will be green and the right will be orange. You can go over the white again if needed.
    Next paint the two outer sections. The left will be green and the right will be orange. You can go over the white again if needed.
  • Make sure you paint the edges!
    Make sure you paint the edges!
  • This part is optional. 
Trace around your phone case and sketch out how you want your letters to look.
    This part is optional.
    Trace around your phone case and sketch out how you want your letters to look.
  • Next, turn your regular letters into block letters or bubble letters and cut them out.
    Next, turn your regular letters into block letters or bubble letters and cut them out.
  • I recommend using a knife like this.
    I recommend using a knife like this.
  • You should  end up with something like this.
    You should end up with something like this.
  • After you paint the letters on, it should look something like this. You may need to clean up the edges.
    After you paint the letters on, it should look something like this. You may need to clean up the edges.
  • Next add a layer of varnish. You can also use modge podge.
    Next add a layer of varnish. You can also use modge podge.
  • After you apply the varnish or modge podge it should be very shiny. Let it dry. I recommend about 2 hours. Just to be sure.
    After you apply the varnish or modge podge it should be very shiny. Let it dry. I recommend about 2 hours. Just to be sure.
  • And you're done!
    And you're done!

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