HOW TO MAKE A DIY CUSTOM INSTAGRAM IPAD COVER by 💗Nunita Nice💗 - Musely
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HOW TO MAKE A DIY CUSTOM INSTAGRAM IPAD COVER

posted in Home & Garden
10/19/2015
  • Made this iPad cover highlighting some of our favorite Instagram photos from the last year.  Wouldn’t this make a great holiday gift for family members? You can have custom iPad covers made for around $55 online but this one cost me around $20 to make.
    Made this iPad cover highlighting some of our favorite Instagram photos from the last year. Wouldn’t this make a great holiday gift for family members? You can have custom iPad covers made for around $55 online but this one cost me around $20 to make.
  • I used this blank “transfer ready” iPad case:
    I used this blank “transfer ready” iPad case:
  • And printed out photos onto the transfer paper:

(Note: I use the Super Soft Transfer paper from Dharma Trading because the polymers sink into the fabric unlike most “plastic-y” transfers.)
    And printed out photos onto the transfer paper:

    (Note: I use the Super Soft Transfer paper from Dharma Trading because the polymers sink into the fabric unlike most “plastic-y” transfers.)
  • To print the Instagram photos out, I first opened up my photos on the desktop using Statigram. (Just drag them to the desktop)  Then I used Powerpoint to resize them and arrange them. If you group all of the photos you can then double click to see what dimensions the photo collage is:
    To print the Instagram photos out, I first opened up my photos on the desktop using Statigram. (Just drag them to the desktop) Then I used Powerpoint to resize them and arrange them. If you group all of the photos you can then double click to see what dimensions the photo collage is:
  • I laid out the blank iPad case onto the ironing board:
    I laid out the blank iPad case onto the ironing board:
  • And place the transfer paper with the photos face down:
    And place the transfer paper with the photos face down:
  • I used a super hot iron to press the paper until the images were transferred to the case. (I pulled up a corner here and there to peek and see where more pressure and heat was needed)
    I used a super hot iron to press the paper until the images were transferred to the case. (I pulled up a corner here and there to peek and see where more pressure and heat was needed)
  • Pulling the paper back, the images are transferred onto the cover:
    Pulling the paper back, the images are transferred onto the cover:
  • Lots of memories:
    Lots of memories:

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