That's a cool alternative for single discs.
Does anyone know of an alternative for multi-disc sets?
I recently did a package for a 6-DVD set. I used 2 3-disc amaray style cases. They are quite bulky.
An alternative for us is the thin single cases, but where can you get a custom cardboard sleeve to hold them together (like the Martin Scorsese Jazz series, or numerous other sets).
The ultimate package is the multi-fold, but these have to be very expensive, such as those used for TV Show DVD sets, often 4 discs which are all in one multi-fold unit. Does someone make a multi-fold with clear sleeves for custom slipart - I'd buy that.
thanks for the ideas. i've used jewelboxing in the past, but because of the custom work involved, i only offer it as an "upgrade" to my clients.
what i'm looking for is anything -- ANYTHING -- more interesting that the "leather" folios i get from art-leather, etc. any kind of unsual packaging. i've found the "tins" and would love more options like this. something in a book form, etc.
What if you get a wedding-stile photo album - maybe the small kind that holds 3 5x7's per page in sleeves. Get a DVD holder to stick to the inside of the cover, then fill a few pages of the album with some good video stills - which will be from a different angle than what the stills guy took. Obviously video stills are not great, but your average newlyweds will love the extra shots - get them printed at Costco or Walmart on proper photo paper, they look better than home inkjet.
As for the outside of the mini-album, just the names and date on the spine should do it - or get a tinted cellophane bag to deliver it in - with a few sprigs of dried baby's breath or someting - the bride will dig it.