After a long weekend away at my parents' I've been busy stitching some tiny books. These little notebooks have been a bit of a hit in my shop after Karen shared in her blog what she's done with them. Now I've made a big new lot of them, so I suppose I'll be fine for a moment. And if it should happen that these fly out the door in record time, I wouldn't mind making more!
Tens of little white books have found a new home and ended up as jotters for little children, as books in which parents have written their child's first words and sentences, as quote books for brides-to-be, and as artists' books. I love it when my customers share how they've used my books, and I get a glimpse of how my books get to play a role in bringing people closer together. Sappy me...
The covers are made of heavy weight watercolour paper so you can paint and customize them according to your liking, or just leave them as is - the texture of the paper alone is attractive.
The books measure 7,8x10,6x0,8cm / 3.1"x4.2"x0.3" and they can be found for sale here.
An old box of Prince Chocolate by Fazer now makes a temporary home for these books. I had an unruly pile of notebooks trying to make a dive off the desk, so I grabbed the nearby wooden box without much thought only to find out the books fit there perfectly. Now I have a miniature bookshelf full of pretty books. I'd exchange some for chocolate, though.