Saturday, July 06, 2013

My new Keka iPad Cover!! Custom made for ME ME ME!!!

Anyone who knows me, knows that I would change my iPad cover every single day if I could. I am as addicted to iPad covers as I am to purses and big chunky fun rings.  But, this iPad cover has quickly become an absolute favorite!! HOW could it NOT?!?!?!? HELLO!!!! Do you see my Grandbabies on there?!?!?!
Where to start to tell you about my new KeKa case?  The case is almost disguised as a book.  With NaNa on the spine. My photo's are on the front, back and inside cover!  MY photo's!! I'm giddy over this case!! The case feels like a hardback book the background is a beautiful summery shade of green. With the hot pink writing on the spine and on the inside cover. The iPad is held in snugly and firmly with a polycarbonate shell. All of the ports are easily accessible. The case is a smart cover and wakes the iPad when you open and puts your iPad to sleep when you close it. The cover also doubles as a stand when you set in landscape mode.
Can you imagine what an amazing gift this would make??  Any picture you want on your cover!! Check out the examples on

I couldn't be more thrilled with my new case!!!  I'm already thinking of my next case!! Either my Yosemite Pictures on a case, or if I could actually get all THREE Grandbabies to smile at one time in ONE picture....  Or original artwork from my daughter Lael.   The possibilities are only limited to your imagination........ so basically.... limitless!! My case(s) are 100% unique. Custom made. Original works of ART!!! ONLY I have this case!!

Flat (includes front, spine, & back): 15.75 x 19.375 inches
Spine = 0.4375 inches
Weighs in at 10.5 ounces. 
Handcrafted in San Francisco for iPad and Kindle. 

1) Since the Keka case is handcrafted, avoid any design that requires precision.
2) If adding text or lines near the outer edges, make sure that you leave plenty of room.
3) This is exactly like a "book cover." The polycarbonate holder for your ipad will be adhered to the right hand side of your case - so adding a photo or design on the right hand side is pointless; it'll be covered.
4) Keeping the placement of the iPad in mind, when adding a single horizontal picture for the back of the case, rotate the photo 90 degrees to the left so that the photo is positioned so that the subjects' feet "face" the spine. This is to ensure that your image won't be upside down when the case is used as a stand.
5) Crop your images before uploading them.

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This case is amazing!! So is KekaCases because they are offering Peanut Butter and Whine followers 20% off!! Use coupon code: PBWMOM20 at check out. 

What will you put on your case??

Disclosure I received complimentary products for the purpose of my review. No other compensation was provided. The opinions are mine and 100% honest. I have not been influenced in any way.


  1. Love how you can have your personal photos right on the cover. So cool! Thanks for sharing this information.

  2. Well, first I'd have to get an iPad.... Some women do purses, you do cases.

    slehan at juno dot com

  3. Isn't it cool that you can personalize your own ipad case!!! Travelling is my passion and I would love to design one with photos of all the places I've visited!

  4. Such a cute case! Love it! Once I get an iPad lol, if I got customized cover I would definitely use pictures of my beautiful little girl

  5. Das Case ist ja richtig toll. So eins will ich auch unbedingt haben.

  6. Donna MartinJuly 23, 2013

    It would be a great idea to take both functionality and appearance into consideration before making purchase.

  7. i do not own a i pad but they are great idea bout the pads


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