I saw this portable marble charger and thought it was super nice so I decided that my wall charger needed an upgrade. I like the marble everything movement.
a container (that can be ruined by nail polish)
step 1. measure the circumference and the height of your charger. [my circumference was four and a half inches and my height was one and a half inches.]
step 2. on the back of the contact paper with the dimensions from step one, draw a box. [my box was four and a half by one and a half.] optional: if you want to cover the side where the usb cord plugs in, then trace that side somewhere along the width of your box. in the end I didn't want mine to cover that side, but you might like it.
step 3. fill the container [that you don't mind ruining] with water and drop a couple of drops of nail polish into the water. some may sink to the bottom, so drop until it floats. then swirl the nail polish around in the water [I used a toothpick].
step 4. place the contact paper face down into the water, pull it out, and let it dry.
step 5. cut out the template, peel off the back, and stick it to your charger.
optional step: to cut out the hole where your usb cord goes, push the usb through the contact paper where the plug is [this should make an indention in the paper]. remove the contact paper and cut out the usb hole where the indention is. put the marbled contact paper back onto the charger and be happy.