Step 1: What you will need
- 1 Hanger
- 1 Hole Punch
- A bunch of CD Envelopes (You can buy a pack of 200 for around $1 at a computer store)
- Strong Fingers (or Pliars)
Step 2: Hole Punching!
There are even some tutorials online out there that show you how to fold your own!!
Nonetheless, take a normal three hole punch and make use of only two of the punchers. Try to center the envelope around the two punchers so that your holes look pretty evenly spaced out - you may have to sacrifice an envelope as you experiment.
** PUNCH ONLY THE BOTTOM SIDE of the envelope: which is the edge parallel to the flap edge.
Also try to get a routine and center all your punches so as to keep the envelopes looking uniform.
Step 4: Take the Hanger Apart
Try to straighten the bends out as much as you can: thinner hangers are easier to bend, but thicker hangers make for a sturdier organiser.
When you have the Hanger unfurled, measure how long the straight edge is. In this case I got 81 cm.
Step 5: Get out your sharpies.
Since the hanger edge was 81 cm, I divided that by 2 to find the midpoint at around 40.5 cm.
Find the middle of the holes on the CD envelope and mark those points on the hanger.