Personalized Glittery iPhone Case Craft with Mod Podge Rocks! Stencils

Glitter is a good thing, especially when it comes to crafting!

I was so thrilled when asked to try out the new peel & stick stencils designed by the fabulous Amy Anderson of Mod Podge Rocks!

The hard part was trying to decide what to add a cool glittery pattern to. I decided to jazz up a clear plastic iPhone case, and make a one-of-a-kind glittery design on it.

Glitter Tween craft with stencil and personalized iPhone case

The materials I used were on the clear iPhone case:

Mod Podge Rocks Adhesive Stencil Craft Idea

The Peel & Stick Stencils are really easy to apply, and each one can be re-used up to 20 times after cleaning.

Right now there are 6 cool designs to choose from, like chevron, dots, skeleton keys, stars, and wood grain, as well as the tangier design I picked.

I started by applying the adhesive side to my surface. Any clean smooth surface should work.

Then with my pouncer, I applied a layer of Mod Podge® over the stencil.

This is where you can pull off your stencil and apply glitter, or do what I did and apply the glitter with the stencil still on.

While the Mod Podge® was still wet, I carefully peeled the stencil to reveal my glittery pattern.

Mod Podge Rocks Stencil Glitter Craft Idea for Personalized iPhone cases

Make sure to let it dry completely for 24 hours before touching.

Glitter Mod Podge Stenciled Personalized iPhone case craft

What I loved about using the clear iPhone case, is that I could add an extra dimension of interchangeable pattern to my phone design.

Personalized iPhone cases with paper and pictures tween craft

Before I stenciled the case, I used it as a stencil on some fun double-sided scrapbook paper and some pictures I printed out to size.

After tracing it on the papers, I used a scissor to cut out each shape, and made sure to cut and additional corner off where my camera hole is on my phone.

Now, I can pop the paper inside the case, sandwiched between the phone and the case, and switch it up as I please depending on my mood.

Mod Podge Rocks! Stencil with Glitter on iPhone case

Or wanting to see my favorite tweens in the whole wide world.

Glitter stenciled iphone customized case

Now the hard part is convincing my tween not to snatch this snazzy case for herself. = )

If you want more information about the new Mod Podge Rocks! Peel & Stick Stencils, go here.

Happy Crafting!


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Pauline Molinari

I'm the crafty maven, and I'm on a mission to spread craftiness. With a fine arts degree, over 15 years experience in children's publishing, and a savvy, stylish, sassy tween daughter, I come armed with perspective and passion to inspire tween girls and their mothers to be crafty together. 

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  7 comments for “Personalized Glittery iPhone Case Craft with Mod Podge Rocks! Stencils

  1. February 11, 2014 at 10:46 am

    This is such a great and wonderful idea! I just got a new phone, and the case needs some personalization before it will really feel like mine. Glitter is always the best option. 😉

    • February 12, 2014 at 9:51 pm

      Thanks Anna for the great comment and your “glittery” personality. xoxo

  2. February 11, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    SO fun! I love it so much! Thank you thank you!

    • February 12, 2014 at 9:50 pm

      You are so welcome! I truly love the stencils!

  3. Melanie
    February 16, 2014 at 6:41 am

    So so fun!!! I love to swap cases so this is perfect for me!! ! I’d love you to come link this up at my Skip Your Housework party!

  4. February 18, 2014 at 4:32 pm

    I love this, I have been seeing these stencils around and I am in love! Even cooler to use them to do a phone case!

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