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Standard, black iPhone 6 cases can get some added flair with a photo collage featuring your favorite pictures. If you have a huge collection of photos and can't decide which ones to use, there are a few ways you can narrow your selection. Try these tips to create an iPhone case that you'll love forever, or at least as long as you use your current model of phone.
If you feel overloaded with all your photo options, then first divide your pictures by subject matter and color. Sorting by subject means you can then decide to use only vacation pictures or photos of outdoor fun. Sorting by color means you can create one, coherent look for your phone. Decide which is more important and use that as your first level of sorting, then further sort those by the second criteria.
You may not know which pictures you want to use while sorting them, but doing this may spark some ideas. Maybe you notice that every time you go on vacation, you end up with at least one good sunrise photo. You could decide you want to use the sunrise to inspire your color pallet. Your theme doesn't have to be set in stone and may change as you look through more photos.
If you end up with way more photos than you can use, consider turning some of them into canvas prints to hang around the house. These pictures are clearly very important to you and you shouldn't feel like you're rejecting them when you don't put them on your phone case.
After you've done these steps, you should have four or more pictures to organize on your iPhone cases. You can make multiple cases with different themes and color pallets so that you can switch things up when you feel like it.