9/19/2016 11:00 am ET iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s plus cases sparkle metallic gold on the exterior but turn to black in person because they’re made of hard plastic. The Ivories are the real deal, though, with a textured surface that makes them comfortable to grip while preventing vibrations from happening while you’re using them. However, they can be distracting if you’re not paying attention or don’t have time to read through all the details. That being said, these spaces aren’t expensive and you can get multiple for your money if you buy the 8GB version. Check out the images below for step-by-step instructions on how to create the custom iPhone 6s Plus case that fits your smartphone best.

How to create a Ivories iPhone case

  1. Start by deciding which items you’d like to keep from your iPhone 6s Plus case. Make sure you include two things, a wallet and phone cases. This is the core of any case: it contains all the essential pieces to complete the look and feel you want. 2. Next, decide which items you’d like to keep from your iPhone 6s case but without the wallet or case. The wallet is essential to keeping all of your important documentation and bills, but it doesn’t look as fancy as a wallet with a passport or baseball card in it. So, whether you choose phone cases or wallets, you’ll still have to pack them safely in your carry-on luggage.

Make your space look & feel unique

  1. Start by creating a not-so- Bland space in your office or your bedroom. If you’re going with a white or black accent, this is the room for you. However, if you want to go with a more luxurious feel, you can opt for a more expensive fabric. Use the right colours and patterns if you want your space to be more than a space. It should be elegant, but not too elegant. 2. Next, choose a strong and understated colour scheme. Use neutral colours if you want your space to be approachable, but not passive. You don’t need to be in there constantly mind-controlled, but you don’t need to keep looking at the tv to keep yourself occupied either. 3. Next, add a touch of design or layering techniques to keep your audience’s eye on the ball. So, if you want to keep your audience’s eye on the ground, use a table or chair to contrast the dark walls in the space with light coming from the coffee table. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different lighting sources, textures and other effects that keep your audience’s eye on the stage.

Add text on the back of your case

  1. Once you decide on how you want your case to look, start adding design elements. Start with the back of the case, where you will stick your texts. Choose a font that matches your style and language, but is also easy to read. 2. Next, choose a colour that works well with the style you’re using. In this case, choose something bright and vibrant that your audience can see, while still keeping themolige.

Add accessory storage options

  1. If you’re keeping the case on a desk or a table, consider adding storage options to match the theme of your office. A great way to do this is with an organizer or a file cabinet. If you keep all your notes, documents and other files on paper, a file cabinet with organizers or other storage solutions will help you keep them organized and accessible.

Decide what fits best and go from there

Simply put: you’ll have to decide what your iPhone 6s Plus case will look like on your wall, your bedside table or your desk. You can try out different designs and fabrics to decide which comes out best for you. When you’vedecide on what your case will look like, try it on. If you’re not sure how it feels or looks, try it on in the fabric store. If you don’t have the cash to pay for a better fit, a local tailor can probably do it for you. Once you have a good sense for how your case will fit, stick it in the closet. If you keep it out of the weather, it should still keep your case decorum.

Choose what fits best and go from there

Once you’ve finished making your selection, take the time to examine each piece to make sure it is of good quality. If you’re not 100% sure what your case should look like, do a Google image search to get ideas. Once you’ve finished checking out the different options, make a decision. First, look at the price. If you’re able to purchase the item for less than your budget, go for it. You don’t need to spend a lot to look good on the outside, but you do need to have money to fill in the details. If the item is expensive, but you know you can afford it, go for it. Second, choose a color scheme. If you keep your X-BOX on the wall, choose an oak or walnut color scheme. If you keep your computer on the wall, choose an orange or red color scheme. This will help keep your audience’s eye on the ground and give you a consistent look throughout your space.

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