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A quick and simple way of packaging a CD in an A4 piece of paper. The design keeps the CD clean and secure and uses no glue or ...
Take one CD and one sheet of A4 paper. This can be scrap paper or one printed with specific artwork (a template .pdf is provided to aid artwork ...
Place the CD with the printed side down at one end of the paper. Align it so that the centre of the CD is approximately halfway along the ...
Take one of the longer edges and fold it over on top of the CD so that the corner of the paper meets up with the transparent part ...
Do the same on the opposite side.
Take the CD the part of the paper enveloping it and fold back over so that the CD is printed side up.
Take the end of paper that is furthest from the CD and fold over on top the CD as far as possible.
The CD cover is essentially finished! You can write the name on the front flap and I like to put additional info such as track names on the ...
Open out the covering flap.
Take one of the two paper corners near the centre of the back of this flap and tear or cut a slit about 30mm into the paper, just ...
Close the covering flap over the CD again and tuck the tabs that you have just made behind the inside pocket that holds the CD. This may require ...
The covering flap is now securely held down, keeping the CD in its pocket.
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