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Allow your phone to be the main topic of conversation with our ‘Leave a Message’ personalised nautical cord phone strap. This bespoke handmade phone strap features a short message, word(s) or name of your choice on one side of the strap made up of individual 7mm acrylic alphabet cube letters available in either white or black, hand strung on a nautical cord strap in your choice of colour from our variety of vibrant colours available. The phone strap features a medley of colourful round and star shaped acrylic beads in a variety of colours to match and compliment the colours in the nautical cord chosen by you. These beads move freely yet securely along the cord in a playful abacus style manner to keep you entertained. This phone strap comes complete with a thin nylon cord loop at the top to thread through the hole in your phone case and feed the strap through the loop to secure it.
If you would like to separate two words on your phone strap please include a dash where applicable and we will insert a coloured heart cube in its place in a colour to match the nautical cord.
Please Note: This personalised phone strap is a bespoke piece and handmade especially for you, and is therefore non-returnable and non-refundable. Please kindly ensure that you double check all the options chosen for your phone strap including the cord colour and the correct spelling of your chosen word(s) as any mistakes made cannot be amended once your order has been placed.
Please Note: This phone strap does not include the phone case (or phone!).
Safety Advice: Please do not to swing your phone from the strap cord as constant pulling on the phone case may break it.
This item usually ships within 2-3 working days of receipt of order.
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