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I seem to be writing a lot about personalised gifts at the moment and they have featured heavily in my Gift Guides this year so when we were recently approached by CaseApp to see if we would like to work with them again on their custom phone cases and skins, we decided we would create some lovely pieces for Mario’s devices.
CaseApp was created as a solution to make it easier for everyone to order custom designed products online. For over 9 years, they have been printing custom phone cases and now they are creating and producing all kinds of device cases and skins. We decided to create a Samsung phone case and a laptop skin for Mario as I have previously created an iPhone case and iPad skin for myself earlier in the year.
The thing I most love about CaseApp is how easy it is to actually create your custom artwork! The preview screens are amazingly accurate as you can see exactly what you are creating there on the screen and move things around to ensure it looks absolutely perfect! You can upload an image or create a collage, use one of the image selections available on the website, insert text, choose a background colour, and choose cliparts. The preview screens are really easy and simple to use, you can see what the case or skin will look like before they arrive! A phone case costs £19 and a laptop skin costs £22. Each order fits through your letterbox and comes in protective packaging so you can get your custom phone cases and skins straight to your door!
We are really pleased with the phone case and laptop skin we designed and created. They look great and are a lovely quality. The images have been printed really nicely and the laptop skin was really easy to stick onto the back of Mario’s laptop. He is really pleased with the finished products and they look great on his devices! The CaseApp custom phone cases and laptop skins make a lovely present for someone to keep special memories close to them.
Have you ever created any personalised phone or tablet cases?