Cardboard Sleeve / Mailer

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Customers who are interested in this product also look into the Recycled Digipaks.

Troubled by bulky jewel cases that break? Don’t want all that plastic packaging? Cardboard CD / DVD sleeves are affordable alternative to plastic jewel cases.

This package includes front and back full-color printing on 12 pt. gloss cover stock. With support for full-bleed borders, this option is the most chosen for companies that are pragmatic and look for professional look in their CD and/or DVD products.

LEAD-TIME is about 10 working days. But let us know if you need your order sooner, we will try our best to expedite for you.

Glossy UV coated cardboard sleeve jackets protect your discs from scratching. They are light-weighted and sturdy enough to be used as mailer. Now you not only save money on the product, but also on shipping.

Matte finishing is designers' secrete to turn a mediocre layout into an ultra attractive classic design. With matte finshing, the cardboard sleeve immediately gets a brand new feel and touch. It’s magic, presto! Just that simple.

The following artwork template has all the dimensions pre-set for you to design your cardboard sleeve artwork.

Download the template(s) listed under the Artwork Template tab of this page to design your artwork(s). You will need either Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator to open the template. If you use non-standard fonts please send us the font files as well. Burn the finished artwork on a CD and send it together with the content master discs to be replicated. You can also send us the artwork and/or content electronically to by using If you choose to send us the content electronically, try to create a disc image in ISO, NERO, Toast, or other compatible formats.