DIY Brushstroke Phone Case

DIY Brushstroke Phone Case @themerrythoughtDIY Brushstroke Phone Case @themerrythoughtWe’ve made a few phone cases this year and now I feel like I need to make a fresh one each season. Since spring finally seems to be here to stay, (I saw tiny green buds on a tree that I passed while running this morning!) it’s time for a new phone case! I’ve been loving simple brushstroke patterns lately so I thought it would be a perfect pattern to spruce up a new phone case. And now someone is going to have to stop me from swiping my paint brush across everything I own!
DIY Brushstroke Phone Case @themerrythoughtWhat you need:
-White Phone Case
-Black Paint
-Paint Brush
Mod Podge

How to make it:
-Dip paint brush in the paint, dab off some paint, make quick small brush strokes across the phone case.
-Let paint dry.
-Coat in ModPodge.
-Let dry completely before use.
DIY Brushstroke Phone Case @themerrythoughtDIY Brushstroke Phone Case @themerrythoughtDIY Brushstroke Phone Case @themerrythoughtIf this isn’t your style, try a marbled phone case or a pressed flower phone case!

xo. Caitlin

5 comments
  • auderoylinWednesday, April 15, 2015 - 11:55 am

    I love how you can see the texture of the brush (so artsy!) but my favorite has got to be the pressed flower case! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’sReplyCancel

  • The tender gardenWednesday, April 15, 2015 - 5:59 pm

    Thanks for sharing this tutorial! It’s so simple but elegant 🙂ReplyCancel

  • KimSunday, June 26, 2016 - 4:22 am

    Great idea for phone case. I will try to make oneReplyCancel

  • ScarlettThursday, September 22, 2016 - 1:38 pm

    Love your phone case tutorials going to try the marble one this weekend!! would you suggest the Mod Podge on the marble nail polish phone case as well? or is it just the paint brush stroke phone case that I should use it on?ReplyCancel

    • Caitlin McGrathMonday, September 26, 2016 - 12:22 am

      I’ve actually never tried Mod Podge with the nail polish case so I’m not sure how it will work. I have used clear coat nail polish and a couple thin layers of a clear finish spray and they worked fine.ReplyCancel

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