Etsy Wednesday: iPad Cases

As we all know, is the mecca of handmade goods from craftspeople all over the world. It’s a place where users can create an online store to sell items they’ve created to ooglers and online shopping addicts (did we just describe ourselves?) across the planet. People definitely obsess over their techsessories, and we’re equally guilty. In the past we’ve been wowed by iPhone cases available on Etsy shops, so we wanted to continue exploring and graduate to the iPad. Offering more real estate, people have gotten pretty creative in covering this device.

We’ve listed some of our favorite Etsy iPad cases for you… and as always, we’re not responsible for the amount of money you’re about to blow.

1. World Map iPad Sleeve (via RCRAFTSS)

iPad Case by RCRAFTSS on Etsy

This case would be great for the traveler. This shop has many different prints and patterns available but this was our favorite! Go check them out.

2. iPad Clutch (via fixfly)

iPad Case by Fixfly on Etsy

Available in 5 colors, we’re loving this clutch style sleeve. No frills, just a classic clutch that’s simple and sturdy. We want.

3. Walnut iPad Case (via Spokeshaved)iPad Case by SpokeShaved on Etsy

Okay this is plain awesome. Constructed from timber, this have to be one of the most unique cases we’ve seen. We love this design, but we can’t exactly deem it as practical.

4. Snakeskin iPad Case (via CathyKDesigns)

Etsy iPad Case by CathyKDesigns

Stella McCartney should have used this case in her Spring 2014 presentation.The similar mustard hued snakeskin is sure to be a hit this winter.

5. Faux Wood iPad Case (via sifulan)

Etsy iPad Case by Sifulan

This case is a great way to get the wood look without the price of real wood. Also, this plastic version won’t be quite as heavy! Every ounce counts when you’re trekking through the city.

Alright now we’re all geeked out and are ready to order one of these immediately for ourselves!

Which Etsy iPad case would you most likely buy?

Justin Gilbert is a rising senior at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. He is studying Advertising and Public Relations, with a minor in Studio Art. This course of study stemmed from his love of design, fashion, creativity, and innovative marketing. This summer, Justin hopes to gain valuable insight and experience in the world of editorial fashion. In the future, Justin plans to be a fashion public relations professional while simultaneously growing his blog, The Style Lion, to become a staffed publication and a brand of its own.