New Christmas iPhone Cases – Be A Part of Big Day Celebrations

| December 12, 2013 | 1 Comment

New Christmas iPhone Cases - Be A Part of Big Day Celebrations

The Christmas atmosphere is really awesome allowing you to forget all disputes and quarrels of the whole year. So, you should also play your role for this holy event by decorating your home and belongings because it shows your keenness with how you take Christmas. Here, we’ll help you decorate your iPhone with our roundup of new Christmas iPhone cases.

Cartoon Santa

New Christmas iPhone Cases - Be A Part of Big Day Celebrations

The Cartoon Santa ($10.95: iPhone 4/4S) is a great choice when you’re celebrating big day celebration. It’s a tough fabric material that makes it more elegant ensuring solid grip. The case doesn’t put too much bulk on your handset. Give it a try and find it great.

Cartoon Bumbling Rudolph

New Christmas iPhone Cases - Be A Part of Big Day Celebrations

The Cartoon Bumbling Rudolph ($10.95: iPhone 4/4S) is an easygoing case with a Christmas touch mixing perfectly with Christmas atmosphere. It’s a light weight stuff which you don’t find making some glitches. It ensures all possible cutouts: controls, ports and sensors.

Hot Air Balloon

New Christmas iPhone Cases - Be A Part of Big Day Celebrations

The Hot Air Balloon ($10.95: iPhone 4/4S) is a little kiddy phone that lets you remember your childhood days, the time when you loved to have such stuff. Apart from its look, it also offers great protection against cruel scratches and bumps. Thanks to genuine fabric that does a good job here.

Pen & Ink Blossoms

New Christmas iPhone Cases - Be A Part of Big Day Celebrations

Girls must have this case ($10.95: iPhone 4/4S) as it’s a perfect combination of pink background and red leaves. The top class fabric puts an extra protection in this case. You are really going to have some good compliments from your friends and they’ll force you to tell them where did you get it?

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Eadie Simpson

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Since 2001 eadie has been writing for apple and working as IT managing director and consultant for Hilleary School of tech and sciences. Google+
  • RomanaBartee

    I must say its a kiddy stuff out there..