CD Envelope / Sleeve With Booklet Pocket

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I was looking for a good CD sleeve template, one that had a flap to keep the CD from falling out, a place to put a booklet, all fit on one page and was relatively simple and quick to make. I couldn't find anything that matched that description so I figured I'd just make my own. It turned out really good, so I decided to upload it here.

Project Description

CD Envelope Template

Cover Art = 5 x 5 inches

Top Flap Art = 5 x 2 inches

Bottom Flap Art = 5 x 3.21 inches


When folded and glued its 5 x 5 inches, so the cover art should be 5 x 5. If your going to make artwork for the back, the top flap is 2 inches tall, 5 inches wide, and the bottom is 3.21 inches tall and 5 inches wide. Also, please note that the top and bottom flap will be folded upside down so you will need to either rotate the images for those 180 degrees beforehand or in  the template. If you just flip them any text they have will be backwards, so they need to be rotated NOT flipped. The template is fairly simple, just cut along the dotted lines, fold on the solid lines / artwork edges. After that you'll need to glue the folded flaps together as described and illustrated in the instructions PDF linked below.


Here is a link to a PDF of the blank template with solid lines for folding in case anyone wants to just print out blank CD envelopes.

Blank CD Envelope PDF

And here is a link to the instructions if needed.

CD Envelope Instructions PDF







Current Release

CD Envelope / Sleeve With Booklet Pocket - 1.0

Released Apr 17, 2017 — tested with:

LibreOffice 5.2, LibreOffice 5.3,

Initial release.
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File size: 126 kb

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Template Version






CD Envelope / Sleeve With Booklet Pocket - 1.0

  • Windows
  • LibreOffice 5.2
  • LibreOffice 5.3
Initial release.
  • GNU-GPL-v3+ (General Public License Version 3 and later)

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