- Cardstock (We used black and white)
- Brads (We used black)
- Contrasting Paper (We used yellow polka dotted paper)
- Glue Dots (Compare Prices)
- Scissors or a Paper Trimmer
Trim a piece of cardstock down to 6" x 10". We used a 12" x 12" piece of black cardstock to make 2 cd holders. Simply trim 2 inches off of one edge and then cut it in half so you get two 6" x 10".
Fold up one of the long ends about 4-inches. Secure that piece in place by using two brads near each edge. A CD should now be able to slide into the pocket you created, between the two brads.
Now you can decorate your CD holder pocket however you like. For my daughter's wedding CDs, she cut a strip of yellow polka dotted paper and used glue dots to stick it to the front of the CD holder. She then printed out their initial/Names in a fancy square, and also a list of all of the songs on the CD. She cut out both items and stuck them to the CD holder using glue dots (the play list is on the back of the CD holder).