Origami CD Cover Pentagon Shape

Origami CD Cover Pentagon Shape

These instructions are adapted from the CD Cover Instructions by zachryr. See original video here.

CD cover origami fold, free

  1. Take a piece of A4 or letter-size paper and fold the four corners inwards towards the mid line.
  2. This forms a pointed top and a pointed bottom.
  3. Slip a CD under the flaps of the top point. Fold the bottom point upwards as far as it will go or until the points stack on top of one another.
  4. If you are using letter-size paper, the bottom point will not reach to the tip of the top point.
  5. Fold the bottom left and bottom right towards the middle to achieve a 5-sided polygon.
  6. Done. This CD cover is not an exact pentagon, but it is a 5-sided polygon. The CD cover does not lock; you may use a piece of tape or a sticker to keep the flaps in place.

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