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Learn how to make your own quick and easy disc sleeves to protect and cover your CD's, DVD's and games.
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Here, I will show you how to make a quick and easy CD case. You will need a CD to help measure and the sheet of rectangular paper. Place the CD in the middle of one edge of the paper. Fold the sides of the paper in towards the CD, just be sure to give a little bit of wiggle room. When both sides are folded in, take the end with the CD and fold up. Take the other end of the sheet and fold down over the CD, crease and unfold. Take these top corners and fold them down.
This will be the top cover of the case. From here you can choose, just simply tuck the top and the bottom into each other and be done. But, if you want to be a little bit fancier, take the CD out, and from the bottom stand the paper up and press the inside flap down.
That end will stand up like a box. Do this on both sides.
Now, lay the bottom with the case flat again. Take these wings and tuck them inside. And, now your CD case has more stable pocket for the CD.