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CaseApp Review, Discount Code and GIVEAWAY!

Hi, beautiful friends!


I've really been looking forward to this blog post. I was so excited when CaseApp reached out about working together. Below I'll be briefly sharing about my experience with making my own customized phone case on their website, the quality of the product, a discount code to save you some $ and a GIVEAWAY! So keep reading ;)

I don't know about you guys, but I have a LOT of pictures on my phone.

To be precise...

63,246.

That's a lot of pictures hahaha :)

So it's definitely safe to say I use my phone a bunch. I have used it for all of my photos on my blog and Instagram, so it's my baby. I have my whole life on there and my kids' lives as well. I use it every single day of my life.


And since phones aren't cheap, I always make sure to have a case on my phone. It drops frequently when I'm taking photos for collabs or just of the kids and thankfully since I always keep a case on it, the camera has never been damaged.

Lately I've been using a case that's pretty dang beat up by now. I don't know why I haven't changed it in quite awhile, I think I've honestly just forgotten. So, I recently made my completely customized case through CaseApp and it has been such a nice
(and much needed) upgrade.


My hubby even made one too and it was so fun watching him create his on their website. He used a lot of features and tools to make the cool design on his by hand.
Check it out:




I loved that their website was easy to use and there's so much freedom in what you can do for your own case.

There are tons of helpful tools on the website to make collages like mine, do fun colors, fun fonts and text, really whatever you want to put on your case!

They also offer cases that are already made and they're super cute if customization isn't your thing and you just want to go buy a cute case. :)


They also make skins for laptops and other devices! So go check them out.

So far the cases have held up super well. No scratches or marks on them and they are very sturdy and easy to take on/off which is something I really like in a case. We've had them for over a month and they still look like they did when we first opened our package.

I definitely recommend trying them out, especially if you like fun cases or customized products!


You can head to this Instagram post to enter to win your own case from CaseApp!

And if you don't want to wait, you can use this code to get 20% off your purchase:

MANDYTHEMOMMA20


I can't wait to see what you guys create! Tag me in your stories or posts if you get something from CaseApp so I can see :)

Xoxo,

Mandy The Momma

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