Step 4: Fold # 2

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.
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!
Like the name :D
If you punsh two holes in the top you can collect them in a folder. I like it
A nice & simple project. I tried it & it worked. One little suggestion: Make sure that all the folds are neat & firm.
Good point! Updated!
how are you sposed to tuke the top bit in??
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. <sup>_</sup><br/>
I've got a similar instructable at <a href="http://www.instructables.com/ex/i/40A31D22396B1029AC23001143E7E506/">http://www.instructables.com/ex/i/40A31D22396B1029AC23001143E7E506/</a><br/>
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
use a bone folder or a plastic ruler over the folds...

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