Teeny Books for Christmas

This December, I discovered the Etsy shop Ever After Miniatures, which offers DIY printable miniature books. You buy the templates, print them out, then cut, fold, and paste the sweetest little openable books, which have readable pages inside.


This sort of project is made for me.


Most evenings, I would work on a few. I made them as gifts, mostly.


We have a small secret drawer at the end of our dining room table. I kept my project in there when I wasn't working on it.


At a certain point, Kevin pointed out that they would make good tree ornaments. So I started adding strings and ribbons to a few of the covers. :o)


I got a little obsessed with this idea.




Here's one of my favorite pages of Pride and Prejudice.


After they were dry, up they went!


Lovely.

I have loads more Arctic pictures to share, and will do so as time permits. Hope you're all having a nice January! As I type this, it's sleeting in the Boston area, and our temperatures are expected to be close to 0°F tonight, which is about -17°C. Svalbard-worthy temperatures!

More pictures soon, when book-writing permits.

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