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help me choose...

i know, i barely blog anymore. but i need your help :)

i've been searching around for a new phone case. mine is over 2 years old and it shows. apparently i'm in a mint/aqua/turquoise mood today. which one is your favorite? help me choose! i really love the blue aztec one but i'm not that trendy or cool. i think the ombre herringbone is probably more me. but i still can't decide...





Blue Aztec iPhone case iPhone 4 Case
Blue Aztec iPhone case iPhone 4 Case by ETiPhone
Check out Blue Casemate Cases online at zazzle
Gray & Mint Tribal Ikat Chevron iPhone 4 Case
Gray & Mint Tribal Ikat Chevron iPhone 4 Case by jenniferstuartdesign
Look at Aztec Casemate Cases online at Zazzle.com


if you're looking for a new phone case, i can't recommend zazzle.com enough. there are like one billion different styles to choose from, for all kinds of phones. check 'em out!

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  1. So funny that you posted about iPhone covers today. I've been needing a new iPhone cover as well and I was just searching your shop to see if you had any of your designs on iPhone cases? How do the zazzle cases hold up against toddler abuse? My vote is for the gray and mint tribal ikat chevron case. Love it!

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  2. I love the Mint Big Dot or the Tribal Ikat best.

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  3. iKat scallop waves, and the teeny tiny polka dots!!!

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  4. These are all so cute! I like the teeny polka dots or tribal ikat I think! I know what you mean about one being more "you" but then wanting to branch out. Branch out, do it! :)

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