Sunday, July 24, 2011

Nintendo DS Carry Case

I made this personalised Nintendo DS carry case to store my daughter Anita’s DS, recharger and games. I converted a small metal  case and naturally she totally just loves it! I used bright summery colours which totally suits her personality and am entering  the following challenges in the hope of winning :

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To make the games folder I used this clear plastic pocket sheet that usually I use to hold my ATC’s. I purchased this at EB Games in Australia but you can buy them usually as a baseball or trading card holder .By adding some Velcro dots the DS games don’t fall out and as all you Mum’s out there know these games set you back a small fortune and are so small and easy to loose.This has worked out to be an excellent storage solution by being both compact and easy to see at a glance if a game is missing!

I really enjoyed making this project for my daughter and even though it took longer than I expected it is an amazing result and really cute, bright and happy addition to our home and has the added bonus for Anita & I being a little more organised !

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Linda said...

Wow this project is awesome!!!!! I can see why she loves it!!!!! Fabulous job!!!!!

June Houck said...

Brilliant! Sweet Trish, I own some of that paisley paper too :)

Your daughter will treasure this lovely and smart gift. Great idea!

Beebeebabs said...

Very nice you did a nice job!!!

sandra's crafty corner said...

fabulous tin hun thanks for joining us at dutch dare with our colour challenge and good luck
hugs sandra dt

scotspanda said...

wow this is gorgeous, my daughter would love one of these too! gorgeous papers

thanks for being free and easy with us this week at Allsorts and good luck in the prize draw


Amanda xx

Chrissy said...

What a brilliant idea, and so playful and colourful.Great job.

Thanks for joining in with us at ‘Fussy and Fancy’
Challenge this week. Good luck.


Jill said...

Gorgeous work!
Great idea :)
Thanks for sharing at Allsorts this week and good luck!

Vee said...

Fabulous idea and a lovely choice of colours. Thanks for joining Charisma this week.
xx Vee

The Crafty Den said...

Hi Trish, what a clever idea and such a pretty altered suitcase. I love the papers and beautiful sunshine colours. Thanks for joining in with my challenge over at charisma cardz this week. Hugs, Denise x

CardArTart said...

This is gorgeous and a wonderful solution. Certainly don't want to lose them!

raj mangal said...

Nice you did a nice job!!!great job. Thanks for sharing at Allsorts this week and good luck! superb idea!thanks for sharing here..
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