Invisible Cd Shelf

Introduction: Invisible Cd Shelf

Cd Shelf Levitation !

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Step 1: What You'll Need

4 cd case
Medium sized "T" Bracket
Carpet Knife
wood screws
Epoxy Glue

Use Cd case you don't use again

Step 2: Cut and Measure

Measure the middle way point, make a mark, set down your bracket, draw an outline, measure again, cut out a hole deep enough that the bracket will set flush. You are doing this to the inside bottom of the Cd.Stick the bracket with epoxy glue.Make a slut on the top of the cover for closing the case.Insert the cd paper in the case for hidding the bracket.

Step 3: Hidding Bracket Part

Take 2 cd case and make a slit on both side.And take 1 cd and make a slit only on the bottom.Glued the 3 cd together.This part will hide the bracket and allow you to replace the shelf on other place .

Step 4: Enjoy !

mount your new invisible cd shelf on your desired wall.This cd shelf are a very cool and easy project .

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    12 Discussions


    11 years ago on Introduction

    too bad no one really uses cd's anymore : (


    12 years ago on Introduction

    what was the point of the second stack of dummy cd cases? Also- it holds like 5 cds? What's the point? I have 1000 or so that need to be stacked...Won't work for me, but nice instructable.

    Uru Wolf
    Uru Wolf

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    You could have two "guide" bars hanging from the roof, so it looks like the CD's are just held between them.


    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    For hidding the bracket.And you can stack over than 100 cd with no problem.


    This could have been done without the T-bracket bending, a simple set of L brackets, turned sideways would mount up very well and be a little sturier since the cases are weak in the middle, apart from being very similar to the invisible bookshelf, not bad.