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I just got a new shelf, and the problem occured that all my books, DVD's and CD's I want to put in it fall down. The solution? Of course a bookend, bu...
For my bookend you only need three things: an slim cd-case doesn't matter if it's transparent or black or whatever. I got 100 clear cases for 9,99€. ...
Now you have to bend the "cover" of the CD-case that it looks like in the picture below.
arrange it in the desired angle into your holder or whatever, normally the angle should be 90 degrees, (you can use a geometry triangle if you want to...
now you attach glue to the two things that keeps the cover on the rest of the case.
Now just let the whole thing dry, it will take some time (even if the package says glues in seconds). I just let it dry about night.
After drying you can clip off the overstanding edges, that makes it a little bit smaller
Put your stuff on the cover side and put it into your shelf or whatever. Don't stress it to much the cover will bend a little but than break.
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