Cd covers.

  bluebird 11:15 16 May 2004

I want to download some Cd cover artwork for my burned cds. Whats the best quality paper to use for my jewel cases and where can i get it cheap?Thanks in advance guys.

  Totally-braindead 12:06 16 May 2004

Personally I use Matt Standard weight photo quality paper 120g or above, I usually buy from click here £5.49 for 100 sheets or you can get the 100g thickness at £9.99 for 200 sheets.

  pj123 12:31 16 May 2004

I agree with Totally-braindead. I use photo quality inkjet paper from Choice. My friend insists that Photo Glossy 140g (£7.99 for 50)is better also from Choice. I also get my CD Labels from Choice. The programme I use to make the labels and covers is Discus. It has 100s of readymade labels, covers and backs. You can even use your own photo's or scans (in jpeg format). Costs about £22 from click here Because it is about 600mb it can't be downloaded but delivery is very quick.

  Totally-braindead 12:35 16 May 2004

I also use click here this little program makes putting any pictures on to a cover a dawdle it resizes them to the correct size. I use the free version and have used it for a couple of years now with no problems.

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