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Emma Chamberlain Drops Hand-Drawn Phone Cover With Wildflower Cases

Featuring illustrations by the YouTube star herself.

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Emma Chamberlain Drops Hand-Drawn Phone Cover With Wildflower Cases

Featuring illustrations by the YouTube star herself.

Having launched collaborations with the likes of Amanda Steele and Salem Mitchell in recent months, Wildflower Cases has now tapped longtime friend Emma Chamberlain to design another phone case. This time around, the YouTube star’s very own illustrations are printed onto the tech accessory.

“[The brand has] been like family since the beginning. Any chance to work with them is always a pleasure,” Chamberlain shares in a press release. The cover, available in all iPhone sizes, is adorned with colorful and quirky designs including blob figures and a cat. Alongside texts “EFC” – Chamberlain’s initials – and “F*ck,” the piece is rounded out with Wildflower Cases’ signature “wf” branding at the corner.

Peep the collaborative phone case in the gallery above. Emma Chamberlain x Wildflower Cases’ second cover is available online with prices ranging from $35 USD to $37 USD.

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