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Ds Cases With Monster Faces

by Alisha K.
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So you’ve got a Nintendo DS, or maybe a DSi. Maybe even something else, some other gadget with a similar shape. You’ve got to put it into something to protect those smooth surfaces. Why not shove it down the gullet of a friendly monster?

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Seriously, this has to be the least-scary monster I’ve ever seen, even with those fangs. He’s got those big, friendly eyes and a sort of goofiness in the overall design. Perhaps the best part? The Etsy seller responsible for these cute creations is named wiggletiggy. Could that be any more adorable? Unsurprisingly, wiggletiggy’s shop is filled with all sorts of fantastic creatures, only some of which are protecting gadgets. The rest are just hanging out and being cool, waiting for someone to take them home.

This case is foam-lined–and if you’ve ever dropped a DS, you know how valuable that is. An extra layer of protection and an adorable design. How can you go wrong?

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