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Make a double CD/DVD sleeve from an ordinary sheet of paper. No cutting required!
 
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Step 1: Materials

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Get a blank sheet of letter sized (regular) paper (other sizes like A4 may work).
I used some scrap paper from my printer.

Also, get a CD or DVD.

Step 2: Place the CD

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Place the CD/DVD in the center of the paper, and about 2/3rds of the way up.
(After a few tries, you'll be able to judge the right spot more easily).

Step 3: Fold # 1

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Using the CD/DVD as a guide, fold the bottom of the paper over the CD as shown.
You can make a loose fold then remove the CD to make a better fold.
Make sure this fold is straight!

Note: The more accurate and firm your folds are, the better this will work.

Step 4: Fold # 2

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Now fold one of the sides behind as shown. Again, use the CD/DVD as a guide of where to fold and make the fold straight.

Note: The more accurate and firm your folds are, the better this will work.

Step 5: Fold # 3

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Repeat this process for the other side, and it should look like this.

Note: The more accurate and firm your folds are, the better this will work.

Step 6: "The Tuck"

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Turn the sleeve over and grab the two folds you just made, then tuck one inside the other as shown.

Step 7: Position is strength

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This sleeve holds 2 CD/DVDs, but if you are using just one, place it in the side with the tuck to prevent the sleeve from coming undone.

Congratulations! You've recycled some scrap paper into something useful.

The next step shows a variation of the sleeve.
nitrox0277 years ago
i dare u to say the name 5 times fast
Easy-Peasy CD Sleevesy, Easy-Peasy CD Sleevesy, Easy-Peasy CD Sleevesy, Easy-Peasy CD Sleevesy, Easy-Peasy CD Sleevesy. Beat That!
baneat7 years ago
Like the name :D
emmjul7 years ago
If you punsh two holes in the top you can collect them in a folder. I like it
sharath9 years ago
A nice & simple project. I tried it & it worked. One little suggestion: Make sure that all the folds are neat & firm.
Instant Arcade (author)  sharath9 years ago
Good point! Updated!
how are you sposed to tuke the top bit in??
CameronSS7 years ago
I burned a LOT of DVDs that I made for my church's 50th anniversary. I put a couple in jewel cases before I ran out. I put ten in store-bought sleeves before they ran out. Finally, I put twenty-one in these paper sleeves, using a discarded legal pad. Great, simple system. I like.
LoL. I used to do this all the time when I was trying to protect a CD I was given or I didn't have a case at the time. Nice to see I wasn't the only one that had this idea. _
royshearer9 years ago
bluelion9 years ago
no cutting, and no glue ... I modified it for one cd/dvd with a bigger "margin" and leaving the "tucked" folds to the back of the cd.... this covers most of the cd leaving .5" visible at the top
bluelion9 years ago
use a bone folder or a plastic ruler over the folds...