The idea of making an envelope so that you can spin the disk inside and little bits of info will appear is so cute and kinda retro. This free CD envelope pattern is from the book (and CD) The Packaging and Design Templates Sourcebook 2. I think it would be cute to make this envelope for a mixed CD. Maybe for your "Valentine"? And write little Q & A's on the disk? Just a thought.
This pattern is designed by Brad Kayal.
Click on the CD envelope template to download and then print out.
If you like this one, there is a first book in the series (as implied by the "2" hehe):
See inside peeks and some of the free templates here.
More about the fabulous follow up:
This is the eagerly anticipated follow-up to the bestselling The Packaging and Design Templates Sourcebook. With 100% new content, The Packaging and Design Templates Sourcebook 2 is guaranteed to repeat the runaway success of the original volume. This indispensable sourcebook features 100 new, innovative, and classic packaging and paper engineering ideas across a variety of end uses, with detailed templates showing how to copy, fold, construct, and complete them from widely available materials. The accompanying CD features all of the templates as copyright-free, editable EPS files making The Packaging and Design Templates Sourcebook 2 an invaluable resource for designer, design students, and crafters.
Luke Herriott has been art directing, designing, and managing book projects for over 15 years, and is the director of book design and packaging company, Studio Ink. He is the author and designer of a number of books, including Instant Graphics, Art Directing Projects for Print, and The Packaging and Design Templates Sourcebook, published by RotoVision, as well as 1000 Restaurant, Bar, and Cafe Graphics published by Rockport Publishers. He lives in Hastings, UK.
There are 99 more!!!!!!!! (They are all included on the accompanying CD.)