10 Handmade Gifts for Gadget Lovers

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Once you've got your favorite gadget, it's time to accessorize it so that you can make it look apart from all of the others that are around. There are a number of different types of covers, socks, sleeves and bags available so that you can set your toys apart. When you go handmade, you go for uniqueness, since these accessories are usually sold in a very small number. 1. iPhone/smartphone Socks
iPhone socks are fun to have and to give. The more colorful they are, the more distinctive they will appear. We like the ones from Downgirl and Peepbags.

2. iPad/Kindle Socks
These socks need to be a bit larger, but they do the job well. Peepbags' are very distinctive, yet not too colorful to be an eyesore.

3. Camera Socks
Fluffysocute's device socks will work for smartphones, iPhones, and cameras. They are nice and fluffy.

4. Laptop Sleeves
Brokesy has got some great custom laptop sleeves that will make your laptop unique.

5. Laptop Decals
While vinyl laptop decals aren't always handmade, these ones by Lana Kole look very good.

6. Laptop bags
Martbled's colorful bags can be used for different purposes, but they will also double as laptop bags.

7. Device Socks
Some socks can be used for a variety of devices. Normandlou's work for different electronics and manage to look appealing.

8. Camera Bags
Tired of big name bags? Try the camera bags from Maryforssell. They are handmade and distinctive.

9. Daily Bags/Purses
The colorful bags from Bayanhippo will allow you to lug around the devices that you need everyday, from your iPhone to your Kindle.

10. Messenger Bags/Backpacks
While we didn't think that we'd find many, there are quite a few choices available. The ones from Chicleather are definitely worth looking at. The handcrafted backpacks from Neonfrontier looks sturdy enough to go hiking.

(Images by Etsy users Downgirl, Brokesy, Nottypooch, Lana Kole, Normandlou, Martbled, Peepbags, Maryforssell, Chicleather, Bayanhippo)

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