Hanging your phone at the socket makes it super easy to charge your phone without having a flat surface nearby for your phone to rest. All you need is a few seconds and the charging cord, and you can hang on the phone while it is charging easily. You can even use materials around your house to create your own holder if you wish.
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[ Edit ] Hanging Your Phone by Its Cord
- Connect your charger and form a loop with loose cord . With the charger plugged into a socket and the cord hanging loose, take the cord left and up and form a large loop. The loose end of the cord should be at the adapter. 
- Put your phone in the loop and hold it in place. Hold one hand on the loose end to hold it on top of the adapter while the other hand balances your phone on the cord. Put the phone down so that the charging end is to the right. 
- It's okay if the phone is not perfectly balanced at this point.
- Take the loose cord end over the adapter down the phone. Continue your circle with the charging cord, bend over the adapter and connect the cord to the phone. The charging cable rests on the top of the adapter and allows your phone to balance on the bottom of the loop you created. 
- You may need to move the phone until it is perfectly balanced on the cord.
[ Edit ] Using an empty bottle to make the phone holder
- Remove the labels from an old bottle and rinse it thoroughly. Find an old lotion or shampoo bottle and remove any labels. Rinse the bottle so that there is no soap or lotion left in it. Dry the bottle thoroughly before using. 
- If sticky residue from the labels remains, use a sticky residual remover like Goo Gone or hot water and soap to get rid of it.
- Create an upside-down U shape on one side of the bottle. Use a permanent marker to draw up & down & # 39; U & # 39; so that & # 39; U & # 39; the curve is at the top of the bottle and goes along the curve of the bottle. While the curve for the up and down "U" should take up as much of the bottle's width as possible, the legs of the "U" need only go halfway down the length of the bottle. 
- Make a wide "U", use as much of the top of the bottle as possible.
- Turn the bottle over and draw a horizontal line halfway down the bottle. On the back of the bottle, use the permanent marker to draw a straight line across the middle. Connect the up and down "U" shape and the horizontal line on the left and right sides of the bottle so that they are both connected. 
- The horizontal line becomes the phone pocket.
- Draw a square or circle in up-and-down U shape. This is where the holder will fit over the hook or adapter. Place the AC adapter in the center of the U-shape curve and trace around it to create a hole large enough to fit over it. This shape will ensure easy hanging on the hook. 
- Another way to get an exact square is to measure your adapter and transfer the measurements to the bottle.
- If you make a mistake when using the permanent marker, use a paper towel or cotton ball dropped in acetone to erase the lines.
- Cut the bottle according to your markings using sharp scissors. Walk along the lines you did with the permanent marker and cut off the top of the bottle to create a pocket where your phone will sit. Don't worry if the cut edges of your bottle aren't perfect or beautiful – you can always cover them later if you like. 
- Use a precision knife instead of scissors, if desired.
- Decorate the bottle with washi tape or stickers for a quick fix. If you don't like the look of the plastic bottle, add some decorations to the bottle to finish it off as tape, tape or any other craft accessory you have. For example, you can add washi tape along the edges of the bottle to make them softer, tie a ribbon around the bottle for a sweet look, or cover the plastic bottle in your favorite stickers or tinsel. 
- Use acetone and a cotton ball to remove the permanent marker from the bottle, if you like.
- Use spray paint or cloth on the bottle to cover it completely. It takes a little more time, but it helps your phone holder look less like a plastic bottle. Use a paint or foam brush to cover the outside of the bottle in acrylic paint or use a jar of spray paint to quickly transform the bottle. 
- You can even paint patterns or flowers on your bottle for a unique design.
- Attach a glue hook to the wall to hang the holder. Buy a detachable hook from your local large box store, remove the glue and place it next to your outlet. Hang the phone holder on the hook with the hollow circle at the top of the bottle and place the phone in the pocket you made by cutting the plastic. 
- It's okay to hang your new phone holder over the top of the adapter if you only charge it for a few minutes. Otherwise, it is safer to hang it next to the socket so that the holder does not touch the metal tips and cause melting or other damage.
[ Edit ] Create a phone holder from fabric
- Cut fabrics to make upside down "U" shapes. Use a pencil or marker to draw a large upside down & # 39; U & # 39; on 2-3 pieces of fabric. Do & # 39; U & # 39; about far and wide so that there is plenty of room for your phone. Use sharp scissors to cut each piece of fabric. 
- Use what kind of fabric you want to make to hold, even if harder ones work best.
- Sew the fabrics together to create a thicker base. Place each of the up and down "U" shapes on top of each other so that they are perfectly even. Use a needle and thread or a sewing machine to sew around each edge of the mold to hold them together. 
- It does not matter what type of stitch you use to sew the fabrics together as long as they are secure.
- Use sleep sticks to hold the fabric in place while sewing if you want.
- Cut rectangles and sew them together. Pick out 2-3 pieces of fabric and draw a rectangle on them that are long and wide. This will be placed above the upside down & # 39; U & # 39; -the form of making the pocket. When they are all cut out, place them on top of each other and sew them together. 
- Select the type of fabric you want.
- The many fabric layers help to make a thicker and more stable phone holder.
- Use sleep sticks to hold the rectangle in place against the up and down U shape.
- Place the rectangle on top of & # 39; U & # 39; shape so that they stand up evenly. Place your up and down "U" shape so that the fabric you want to point upwards. Place the rectangle on top of the U-shape at the bottom, line up the edges so that they are perfectly aligned. 
- Upside-down & # 39; U & # 39; and the rectangle are both wide, so they should fit nicely inside each other.
- Sew the left, right and bottom edges of the rectangle to the "U" shape. Use a needle and thread or a sewing machine to gently sew the rectangle up and down "U". Simply sew the left, right and bottom edges of the rectangle and leave the top edge loose to create the pocket. 
- Cut a large hole in the top of the upside down "U" shape. Create a hole large enough to fit over the hook you are using or your phone charger adapter. Use scissors to cut out the middle and add ribbon or string around the hole to hide the cut edges on the fabric. 
- Place a circular object or charger contact on the top of the fabric and trace around it with a pencil, if needed.
- Glue or sew tape around the edges of the holes to make them look better.
- Add decorative elements like ribbons to the edges, if you like. Glue the tape around each edge to hide the call edges of the phone holder. Use hot glue to finish it quickly, or even sew the tape on each edge to ensure it is super-secure. 
- Hang the phone holder on a hook next to a charger to use it. Buy a glue hook and attach it next to the socket. Place your phone in your new phone holder with your pocket and place the holder on the hook. Connect the charger and you're ready! 
- It is best not to put fabric directly on top of the adapter if it accidentally touches the metal rail. Always place the fabric holder next to the charger if possible.
- Look for removable glue hooks in your local large box store or online.
[ Edit ] Tips
- If you do not want to create your own phone charger, there are several options you can buy online instead that work just as well.
[ Edit ] Warnings
- Be aware that plastic or fabric over the AC adapter can cause damage, so it is best to place the holder next to the socket instead.
[ Edit ] References
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