Many of you may remember my Memory Keeping with Video series I released here on my blog earlier this year. In that series, I discussed how I was converting old VHS tapes of home movies to DVD. I've been working on this project throughout the first half of this year and had begun to burn some of these recordings to DVD. My husband ordered these clear, slim DVD cases and I found myself searching for a way to label these boxes.
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The cases had a clear plastic sleeve on the outside that would allow a piece of paper to be slipped in. I used these 6x8 templates from Liz Tamanaha, available at the Paislee Press store on the Lilypad. They worked perfect! Using Photoshop Elements, I simply placed the 6x8 template on the right side of a landscape oriented 8.5x11 canvas. Then, on the left side, I added a digital watercolor from the same Modern Art collection and added some text to label what was on each disc. I then printed this on a sheet of 8.5x11 white cardstock, trimmed the paper down a touch and viola! They look great!
Products Used: Modern Art 6x8 Templates from Paislee Press