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Fun Indian iPad tablet case

Handmade by
Pavit Sidhu Puri

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$5218

This colourful iPad case is guaranteed to cheer your day and keep your iPad safe from harm!

This hardWearing Phulkari case has a soft foam padding that will protect your gadget from knocks and bumps and will make sure it always looks pretty too! The case fits easily fits an iPad with a little room over for any essentials! The design also features a handy pocket for accessories.

Phulkari, literally meaning flower working, is a rural tradition of handmade embroidery in the Punjab Regions of India. This traditional art has now been combined with contemporary products to bring you an iPad carry case that not only looks good and is practical, but also has a story behind it. Enjoy!


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I am Pavit Sidhu Puri
India, Asia

I am from Punjab. My brand Desi Fusion creates contemporary, chic and stylish accessories using a craft form called 'Phulkari'.

My aim is to mix traditional

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