Video: Make the world's most expensive Christmas card -- with an iPhone

What do you give to the person who has everything? How about the world's most expensive Christmas card, complete with built-in iPhone?

What do you give to the person who has everything? Well, it's quite obvious if you're former CNET UK Bubblenaut Chris Stevens -- you make them the world's most expensive Christmas card.

To create one, you'll need paper, card, an iPhone you no longer require, and a copy of the Bauble application, which is available to download for 59p from the Apple App Store. Anyone who's ever watched an episode of Blue Peter can probably work the rest out for themselves, but, if not, Chris and the app gurus at Atomic Antelope have created a handy YouTube video detailing the entire process.

The cost of the cardboard, glue, tree embellishments and iPhone make this a little more expensive than your average Clinton Cards offering, but don't be surprised if you're strangely drawn to creating one, as Chris is a pretty persuasive fellow. The man once convinced the usually style-conscious Nate Lanxon to dress as the spandex-clad Captain Goat, and former Craver Andrew Lim to walk the streets of London dressed as a giant iPhone .

Hit play on the video below to get a look at the process from start to finish, then marvel at the way the little bauble thing flails from side to side when the card is tilted -- it'll warm your heart.  Let us know how you get on in the comments section below -- if you've got the roasted chestnuts to actually make one.

 

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