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Her DIY Donut Phone Stand Looks Delightfully Yummy And It Has An Opening For Her Charging Cable!

This DIY donut project looks so delicious, you’ll want to grab a few donuts to snack on as you make it! Jennifer at JENeration DIY came up with this tutorial. It gets a little complicated in the middle, but the end result is too cute to pass up!

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First, you’ll need to gather a stack of cardboard. Use a CD to trace a circle onto the carboard, including the inner circle in the middle.

Jennifer expanded the circle to make it bigger, but this step is optional. Cut out the circle using scissors and an X-Acto knife.

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Draw a line at the bottom for the base. That will allow the donut to stand on it’s own. At the top, cut out a few bitemark curves. Once your first piece of cardboard is finished, use it as a tracing template and cut out a total of 12 cardboard pieces.

Separate the 12 pieces evenly into three sections: the front, the back/bottom, and the middle section.

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For the 4 middle pieces, trace your phone where the bitemarks are to ensure that your phone will fit snugly in the stand.

Cut out the same phone shape on all 4 middle pieces. Then take your charging cable, trace it from the bottom of the donut up to where it meets the phone and cut out those parts as well.

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For the 4 back pieces, cut out only the part for the charging cable.

Glue all the pieces together in a sandwich fashion. The back/bottom pieces first, then the middle layer goes on top, and the 4 front pieces are glued on after that.

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Jennifer used construction paper and double sided tape to cover up the cardboard on all sides. Then she used pink puffy paint to act as the donut frosting.

To top off the donut, she glued little sprinkles cut out of construction paper onto the frosting. Thread the charging cable through the opening and stick your phone into its new home! Watch the video here.

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