Just make a few folds and create a paper CD case.

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I love this video. I gave up on plastic CD cases a long time ago. In the rare moment I need to give someone an actual CD I use the paper envelopes you can buy. Well low and behold I can just fold my own pretty easily!

The creators of the above video also have a bookmarklet you can use that will generate and print artwork on the paper if you so choose (I don’t). More info: liquidmongoose.com

“Liquid Mongoose is proud to announce its first project for general release: Paper Case. The Paper Case project allows you to print a fold-able piece of paper into a CD or DVD case, using the content of the internet as your album art or movie cover. Currently, it supports music album printing on music.aol.com and movie cover printing on Netflix. Support for Picasa Web Albums is coming soon for your picture CDs and DVDs.” – liquidmongoose.com

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This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on October 12, 2008 at 8:39 am, filed under Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.


5 Responses to “Just make a few folds and create a paper CD case.”

  1. Noah Benzing says:

    Awesome! Just don’t use newspapaer.. I learned that the hard way.. lol

  2. mr. tunes says:

    do you know how to get one printed? i clicked on their “bookmarklet” and it says you have to be on music.aol.com or netflix. i don’t understand how this works.

  3. graham miller says:

    wow. that music is annoying:)
    it’s like being trapped in an elevator with the flute player from st. germain.
    what a nightmare.

  4. Pali Madra says:

    The service is great. Cannot wait for the integration of Picasa web albums

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