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DIY paper lunch bag CD covers

DIY paper lunch bag CD covers

DVD-R and CDR usually available in a spin bundle now where it does not have a individual box or paperbag for discs. David Curry comes up with a DIY where he uses paper lunch bags as its CD cover. It is inexpensive, and it looks pretty cool:

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    I've been making these fun CDR covers for years – inexpensive, crafty, and you can design, print or xerox any arty label you want… glue them on – or use rubber stamps, silkscreen, linoluem cut print… whatever.

    The trick is to trim about an inch and a half off the open end of the bag so when it is folded over it tucks into the fold to stay closed and is more square…

    DMC's DIY paper lunch bag CD covers – [Empty House]

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    Published on January 27, 2020

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