Hi Shelly, it depends on the manufacturer, I have even seen CDs that look like records, you just need to look around.
Not quite sure what you mean by colored, here are some different colored ones from Amazon:
They are listed as vinyl for many, also as audio cd's in the same listings.
Maybe you could paint yours.
With some well-placed paper and masking tape, you can spray-paint designs on your CD. You could always just decorate it with a sharpie or other permanent markers. Use the poster paint to color an area, and then highlight it with glass stain of the same color. Makes it shiny.
You can order them online I saw them in a lot of colors but you could also buy colored labels and put them on your cd's - are you using these for decor and projects or for recording music?
You can purchase irridescent cd's on Etsy if you are looking for them for a project.
Here's a neat DIY: https://www.instructables.com/id/CD-Art/
Do you want them to work in the computer or just be a decoration. I'm sure you can buy colored CDs. If they are for decorations you could use spray paint. There are also CD labels that can be applied. I used to make CDs for project records, print out labels, and pressed them on.
You can purchase a multi color pack but if you want them for a project, check thrift stores. The majority of mine are silver but about 10% are color.
What kind of CDS
I found THESE on Amazon in colors.
'Just wondering what your project is or what you are wanting to do with the colored CD's if you find some.
Yes, because depending on the project, sometimes another material can be substituted for the one that was originally thought about for the project, with equally sufficient results.
I found some on Amazon - https://amzn.to/35iPjC2
If you are using them for craft you could spray paint them
Shelley: maybe this info will help
Hi Shelly. You could color your CDs using markers. You could create a stained glass look. I think that would be pretty. Or perhaps drawing on them to make them look like a puzzle. Endless possibilities. Good luck Shelly.
You could use sharpies on them or alcohol ink - if you plan on using for a craft an no longer for listening to music.