Welcome to ZiggyTek’s feature, iSkin of the Day! This daily piece features a skin for your Apple device from iPhones to MacBooks. These skins range from adorable cartoons to gorgeous landscapes.
Today’s iSkin is Cheshire Cat Grin from Disney. No one does it like the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. This iPad skin is for those who enjoy the dark and mysterious vibe exuded from the skin itself. Any other fans of the character will immediately comment on your iPad!
If you love this skin as much as I do, you can buy it on SkinIt.com for the following prices: New iPad: $29.99
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