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Protect and Customize in One with Skinit

This post brought to you by Skinit.com. All opinions are 100% mine.

Nothing says this is mine then a customized item. I love to personalize just about anything. I often get compliments on my laptop skin I purchased from Skinit. As you can see I couldn’t decide on just one photo.

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This is why I love using Skinit.com to create unique and fun skins for my electronic items. I knew that you could purchase a skin but I had no idea you could actually make your own phone case. I recently had the opportunity to make my own inkFusion iPhone 5 Case. These are some of the newest cases Skinit.com has to offer and there are two different types of inkFusion cases:

The inkFusion Pro Case is a Thermoplastic Polymer Fusion case, which is comprised of a hard shell and an impact absorbing liner. This case has a starting price of $39.99 (includes free shipping!).The inkFusion Lite Case is a Thermoplastic Polymer hard shell case, no inner shock absorbing liner. It has an ultra thin, lightweight, low profile design. This case has a starting price of $29.99. Both phone cases have the same ultra vivid, crisp color with glossy scratch resistant coating.

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When I had the option to choose which of the new Skinit inkFusion phone cases I wanted to customize I decided to go with the Pro Case. My current iPhone case is like Fort Knox nothing is going to get through it and it is going to stand strong. However with all of that security I also ended up with a somewhat clunky phone case. I had been thinking for quite a while about changing my case I just wasn’t sure what to choose. I was so excited to not only get an iPhone case but personalize it. There are several ways to personalize your case. You can choose from designs at Skinit.com and even chose your favorite NFL team or cartoon character. I decided to make it very personal and customize my case with a photo. The process is really simple.

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Select what case you want to customize. Select what type of phone you will be purchasing a case for. Then decide if you would like to choose a design from Skinit.com or upload your own image.

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I selected to use my own image. You have several choices when selected your image. You can upload from your computer, browse skinit.com for images, upload from your social media sites, or select a photo using a url.

skinitOnce your photo is uploaded pay special attention to the dotted lines. The photo will curl around the phone case and you want to make sure you have enough photo to do so. From here you can make your image smaller or larger and even add multiple photos. You can also rotate your photo which was great for me because the photo was taken at a slight angle and I wanted to center all of the kids.

skinit-customize-case Once your photo is in place you can also add text and choose the color and font. I have shown it here as an example but I decided not to add any text to my inkFusion iPhone case. Once my case was complete I was ready to check out. I did have a few times when I was interrupted and it was nice to know that Skinit.com had saved my design for easy access later so I didn’t lose all the work I had already accomplished. Once I checked out I noticed that Skinit.com gave me a sweet deal to entice me make another purchase.

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The true test of the product, of course, was going to be on whether or not I felt it could protect my phone. I selected the inkFusion Pro Case because I wanted the extra layer of protection with the impact absorbing liner. I will be honest and say at first I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it. I honestly could not believe how light it was compared to my previous case. However I promised myself I would use it for a good couple of days before passing judgement.

skinit iphone case I have decided to officially change to my new Skinit inkFusion iPhone case. It feels more like an iPhone is suppose to feel light weight and easy to use. It fights in the slot in my purse and is easy to remove and fits great in the palm of my hand. I absolutely LOVE that my iPhone case now represents me and is unique with photos of my children.

Though I’ve mentioned an iPhone in my review you can also purchase other cases such as an inkFusion Samsung Galaxy S4 Case. Skinit.com is an excellant choise in personalization and customization for phones and mobile device accessories, which support thousands of devices.

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Comments

  1. I was actually just thinking of getting a case with my kids photo on it. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I don’t have an iPhone, but that is pretty neat!

  3. I love photo cases! I could use one for my new iPhone.

  4. That is pretty nifty and you certainly wouldnt misplace your phone!

  5. I’ve been really thinking about getting a new case for my phone and these look perfect! Thanks for sharing!

  6. I don’t have an i anything, lol, but I also think this is really nice. Good that they’re branching into other phones too.

  7. I really need to get one of these made with pictures of the baby!

  8. I want something like that! When I was in high school I used to make collages like that for my school planner, but I had to print them out & use clear packing tape to get them to stick… this seems like a LOT better quality. :P

  9. That is so cool! I’d love a cover with my kids on it.

  10. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    It is great how you were able to customize that cover with combining different photos of your kids. It makes it unique and easy to see.

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