Using a old computer keyboard you can make a thin sleeve to protect your CD or DVD from damage. Inside computer keyboards is a thin, flexible, and sturdy membrane with printed circuits on it. Older keyboards tend to have prettier colors and designs in my experience. If you have upgraded to a USB keyboard or one with a bunch of fancy function keys and can not find a taker for your old keyboard, grab a small screwdriver and see what's inside.
Making a few sleeves like this could be combined to make a retro CD wallet
. Adding a "jacket" made from an old 5 1/4 inch floppy diskette gives the newer disc even more protection and also makes your CD protection quite similar to the old familiar albums.
Use of this project should attribute credit to Ryan "Zieak" McFarland
and direct a link to zieak.com in addition to this Instructable.