How to make a trippy case for your phone

Posted November 18, 2018 05:14:54A trippy smartphone case is a fun way to dress up your phone.

But what if you just want to put your phone on a shelf?

Here are a few easy steps you can take to make your own.

If you have a cheap case for the iPhone, try making one that is made from PVC.

This PVC is inexpensive and easy to clean.

You can also use aluminum or PVC plastic, or even silicone.

For an iPhone 5s, look for a case that is PVC-free.

For the iPhone 6 Plus, look to PVC- and aluminum-free case options.

For the iPhone 7 Plus, use the new metal-plastic case that Apple announced earlier this year.

That case is more durable and will last longer than your normal plastic case.

Here’s what you need to do:1.

Cut a piece of PVC-polystyrene or ABS plastic.

(The polystyrene is the thicker end.)2.

Cut it to the size of your phone case, like this:Cut the PVC into three pieces.

The first piece is your phone cover, and the second is the battery cover.

You’ll want to trim the edges of the PVC to create a slit.

You want to cut the PVC slit so that the battery covers slide into it, and that you can remove it later.3.

Using a metal ruler, mark the slit of your battery cover and the slit on the PVC.4.

Place the battery halves and the battery sides on a flat surface.5.

Place a piece that fits the battery side on top of the cover.6.

Cut the pieces of PVC and attach the PVC, as shown in the picture.7.

Insert the battery case onto the case, and then remove the cover from the phone.8.

Attach the battery cases back to the phone case and the phone covers back to your phone, as pictured in the video below.

You’ll want the case to be tight, but not so tight that it’ll pull on your phone and bend it.

That’s why you’ll want a second battery case to attach the case back to.9.

Place your phone back into the phone cases case and put your charger in the bottom.

Remove the charger, then reconnect your phone to your charger.

This step can take a little while.10.

Close your case, close the case case, remove the phone and charge your phone again.

You should see the battery-sleeve gap disappear and then your phone will be ready to go again.

You can also attach your phone cases back with the power cable and power to your power adapter.