Padding for my iPad

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Yay! My iPad sleeve arrived and as promised - here it is.

I was beginning to wonder if it would ever get here. I've obviously been spoiled by the rise of next day delivery options. I ordered this on the 19th Feb and it arrived yesterday. That's 1, 2, 3... *counts in head* 23 days!

Still, it was worth the wait. Previously I've been using a £4 knitted sleeve (delivered overnight) but it had a tendency to slip off if not handled sensitively. But, this one is fab! It's smooth and soft and really nice to handle (I keep stroking it) and it has a tab to help you extract your iPad easily. It's jolly lovely, made from cork and if iPad's ever become obsolete it'll make a jolly lovely place mat.

This is where I got it from - Pelcor. I can see myself indulging in few more cork based products. I mean, what freelance graphic designer doesn't need an A4 paper wallet made of cork?

Do you own anything made of cork?


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  1. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Your iPad sleeve is gorgeous. I don't own anything made from cork, but I could be persuaded.

    1. You're very welcome, I was very taken with your crochet skills!
      I'm surprised by how much I like cork, it really is so soft!

  2. i love that it's made of cork. what a sleek and sustainable look!

  3. This looks amazing! I love its uniqueness.

  4. what a cute and original cover, bet you won't see that coming and going

  5. I don't think I've seen a cork ipad cover before, it looks fab. And it's an ethical material too, hoorah!


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