Ever since iPhones became the new Blackberry, I’ve always been obsessed with changing up my phone case. It’s like an addiction, I get bored of the current one so I order about 10 to change to and from. I’m forever buying them off Amazon, from picking ones for different seasons to designing my own.
I think designing your own phone case is a pretty cool thing you can do these days. I think for a personal gift for someone, it’s the perfect thing along with treating yourself to one. I’ve had phone cases made for my family with photos of the family, and I’ve even had ones of my dog who passed away and also my boyfriend and I.
This is why I am introducing you to Caseapp. You can design your own cases from iPhones to Samsungs, to iPods/iPads to your Mac book & more. Caseapp has you covered. You can go through their own designs and edit it, or you can totally design yourself one from scratch.
As you can see I went for a pretty basic print. Well I just thought I’d get this one, as it’s pretty and I can use it for my blog photos too. (I’m not the only one who’d think of doing this too!) I am totally in love with the polka dot print, and I went for the same case for my MacBook and iPhone 7. I love the simplicity of the print, and I’m also a huge fan of pink at the moment, so it had to happen. I also went for the Matte phone case over the Shine, as you can decide on that too which I think is a pretty good touch to any website where you can create your own case. I love how my MacBook and iPhone match, and it’s a print I can always find even when I think I’ve lost my phone ~ when actually it’s just in the bottom of my handbag.
So the iPhone case is a hard back case, and it’s pretty snug on the phone which of course – is a good thing. It doesn’t make my phone bulky in anyway, and it’s really nice to hold. The quality of the case is very high standard, compared to other websites I’ve used in the past – this doesn’t compare to it. I feel like my phone is safe within the phone case, whilst looking pretty too. As I haven’t got a personalised case with images or anything, I’ve seen many reviews to say the quality of the images are pretty amazing – so maybe customising my own case with my own images will be my next move? As I said – I have a secret addiction to buying phone cases.
For the MacBook Skin – I’ve always wanted one since purchasing, but I just never got round to it. I am obsessed with it and I’m so impressed. I thought for a MacBook skin, it would be pretty thin – but this one is thick-ish! It doesn’t make any bulkiness to your MacBook, but it does feel like good quality and like it’ll protect anything from scratching or marking it. I am really happy with this, and I don’t know why I didn’t make the move sooner on getting it protected. However, I’m happy that I waited and found Caseapp. Again, I went with the same print as my iPhone but maybe a personalised one will be on the cards next time.
Altogether with Caseapp – the delivery was really fast and the packaging of the parcel was well protected as that was a worry of mine, with it being a MacBook Skin. You can also edit your Cases to every bit of detail, including ~ uploading images/creating a collage with your images/inserting text/picking your own background and also adding any clip arts which are on the website.
I think you have a wide range of features with Caseapp and you have more positives than negatives throughout it all.
I’d highly recommend using Caseapp if you are looking for a personalised phone case/Mac book skin, as they do really make nice gifts whether that’s for yourself or someone else.
If you’re wanting to take a closer look at Caseapp you can recieve 20% off using the discount code 20TAYLOR.
However, this does end 04/05/2018 so if you’re thinking about it. Get in there fast as it’s totally worth it.
*This was gifted and collaborated with Caseapp, however my opinion given was my own once purchased the items.*