Make a CD holder using paper and a CD.

Step 1: Beginning

First, get a standard piece of plain printer paper paper. Place the CD on the center of the top edge of the page so that the top edge bisects the CD in half.
<p>Wow, I like it!)</p>
<p>Yep!<br> You can also create a label, for example <a href="http://www.ronyasoft.com/products/cd-dvd-label-maker/en/" rel="nofollow">here</a>.</p>
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That's quite interesting! Don't CDs get a little scratched with paper?
Maybe u can put cotton in the interior suface or anything soft
This could be made entirely out of scrap cotton fabric. It would require a hot iron and a fabric adhesive (fusible web, glue, or even sewing) to keep it in place.
<em>WOW!</em> <br/>I was a little nervous at first about trying this...(I hate messing things up!) but you made it super easy!<br/>Great job! And thank you so much for sharing your skillz!<br/>My boyfriend is always getting random cd mish mashes, and sometimes I run out of jewel cases...This is a great chance to create some of my own album art, which he loves. So thanks again!<br/>Appreciate it!<br/>&lt;3<br/>Kristi<br/>
awesome! i can now make cd cases for free instead of buying those cool plastic ones... but these are far more cooler than those... =D thanks!<br/>
Not free. You have to buy the paper. Although it may be cheaper to buy the huge thing of maybe 500 sheets of paper than buying 500 of those plastic ones you mentioned.
I have been trying to find a storage box to store all the CDs with this cd holder. Anyone have any recommendations?
It would be better if the title was called How to make a cd cast. IF you like. It ur choice. Oh and also can you join my origami club
could i join im not jocking please please please
Not jocking! You've got to let him in now! I mean if he said please...
I love this! I'm going to use it all the time - I'm always giving cds to printers and clients. Maybe I'll print my business logo or something at the top flap. Thanks for posting!
Nice instructable...it's very useful:)
This is great, so does the cd's scratch or not?
this is a really sweet instructable! I made a CD case for every cd i have! I also burn a lot of CDs.
That was really easy. Good job; it'll come in handy for me, as I burn a lot of CDs.
As far as the scratching of the CD with paper, another option would be to use rice paper. It's a real soft paper.
I really needed something like this, as I burn a lot of CDs, and those jewel cases are expensive for a poor college student. Thanks!
First I'll say that I've been using these origami CD covers for some time and I have not had a scratching problem. However I usually don't use them for CDs I need to keep in pristine condition.<br/><br/>Also, for attribution I believe the original designer for this was Thomas Hull, an accomplished origami practitioner. Also, the pictures appear to come from an article by Matthew Toledo at <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.athensmusician.net/archive/2005-02-13_oragamicdholder.php">http://www.athensmusician.net/archive/2005-02-13_oragamicdholder.php</a><br/><br/>I hope permission was obtained before reposting them here.<br/><br/>The following web site will print your playlist on the paper before you fold it:<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.papercdcase.com/">http://www.papercdcase.com/</a><br/><br/>There is even an iTunes playlist importer for the above website.<br/>
Dude, sweet
I like the cotton liner idea... you could scavange ready made ones them from those CD books you get at Sam Goodies or Best Buy.

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