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Cell Phone Case 4Readers, how often do you replace your cellphone cases?

I bought my first iPhone nearly two years ago. You can read the post here. As a blogger, I must admit that maintaining emails and various social media platforms is greatly improved through the use of Apple products. While I was initially opposed to the popular brand, my trepidation was purely unwarranted. I can honestly say that an iPhone alone made my online presence much stronger than prior to owning one.

Cell Phone Case 1My first case was incredibly cute, and always reminded the little girl in me of Bugs Bunny. This time, I chose a cover by one of my favourite designers, Marc Jacobs. A black and white case, with hearts, and a dog? How could you go wrong?

Cell Phone Case 2If you would like a few more cellphone ideas, please check out this simple and stylish Wooden Cellphone Holder tutorial. It’s just as useful as a case itself!

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Emory

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  1. Courtney K

     /  09/10/2015

    Ugh obsessed with Boston Terriers

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  2. Joanne S

     /  09/10/2015

    As a Boston owner (2) I am enamored.

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  3. The Sartorial Coquette

     /  09/10/2015

    love this!! :) it’s so fun to experiment with cute cases <3
    thesartorialcoquette.com
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  • Hello, friends. My name is Emory. I live on the Canadian prairies with my husband, daughter, and animals. Welcome!
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