1. USB Locket static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com You can buy this particular version here, or create your own with a large enough locket. They are plentiful on Esty and more cost effective. 2. Remote Control Part Jewelry static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com Directions and more ideas here. 3. iPad/iPhone Stylus View this video on YouTube 4. Kitchen Tablet Holder blogger.com This DIY was inspired by a much more expensive Pottery Barn piece. It's perfect for reading recipes or watching cooking shows in the kitchen! 5. Audio Earmuffs static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com Instructions here. 6. Phone and Tablet Cases static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com Learn how. 7. USB Safety Pin img.artlebedev.com This one is just a concept, but you could certainly create your own with a little super glue and a steady hand. 8. Speaker Carrying Case static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com Make your portable speakers truly portable. 9. Chocolate iPhone! static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com Directions here. 10. Crochet Headphone Covers blogger.com More subtle than the earmuffs, but equally fun. Directions here. 11. Wood-Grain Laptop Wrap fineandfeathered.com Make your electronics outdoorsy, even if you aren't 12. Altoid Can Solar USB Charger instructables.com Via Instructables. 13. Mason Jar Speakers payload135.cargocollective.com Instructions here. 14. Wooden iPad Stand wordpress.com Just a table saw and a block of wood at work here. 15. Cross-Stitch iPhone Case purlbee.com While you'll have to purchase the case itself, you can DIY a million designs with just a little thread! 16. A Sneaky Sawed-Off USB drive Flickr: oskay So simple and so clever! 17. Touchscreen Gloves natalme.com Way cheaper than store-bought tech gloves! Instructions here. 18. QR Code Valentine bklynbrideonline.com This cute needlepoint actually scans to display a message of up to 250 characters! 19. Headphone Cord Keepers blogger.com This adorable DIY Christmas gift could be easily made in any shape or color. 20. Bicycle Horn iPhone Speaker media.treehugger.com "The bike horn (with it's noise maker removed) had just the right amount of threading on the end to screw into the soft plastic hole, and be flush with the inside of the PVC. It sits directly in front of the tiny mono speaker. Leaving the ends of the PVC open allows for a more expansive sound and lets more treble escape. The weight of the horn keeps the phone from tipping back." 21. Floppy Disk USB Drive dailymilk.com Do it yourself with this handy video. 22. Motherboard Christmas Ornament dvice.com 23. Gameboy Android Gamepad wordpress.com Turn your old Gameboy into a modern game. 24. Slide-on Macro Lens for iPhone instructables.com This DIY is much more affordable than a store-bought macro lens, which run around $60. 25. PVC Pipe Laptop Stand usefuldiy.com Super easy and can be customized millions of ways. 26. eidus.sg A more involved case, but all you need is an X-Acto Knife and some glue.