Step 3: fix it

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 be sure about the angle).
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some of the simplest projects are the most used. i just made four using a spot of gorilla glue.
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hey that is neat! very clean and gets the job done! +1
Good idea. I almost paid WalMart $7 for a cheap one. I made yours and it broke under the weight instantly. Then I did it with an old standard CD case I had,and it works great. I just opened the case backwards and glued it. You might have to take it apart and flip the cover around. Depends on the manufacture. In the process your favorite band is the decor.
Hinges? ;-)
This is a really good idea, i've got loads of useless cd cases littered around so this is a good way of recycling them, i have some spray paints knockin around so i'll probably paint them up
I never wouldhave thought to use a cd case for a book end. Clever, i like it
Of course you can vary my project, my focus lay primary on the functional aspects when I build these bookends. If it's to colorless for you, just put some stickers on it ;-).
It looks like one could paint or otherwise decorate an obsolete CD/CDR/DVDR to decorate the end of the bookend.
i like it but it's not very pretty maybe cover the cases with something
I like it i was looking for a quick and dirty solution for a book end all i need is one. Thanks!
LOL, like the collection. i just use a 186 CD binder thing

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