A miniature blank book in a tiny box

I love making miniature blank books to use as journals, give as gifts and to play in. I have made these little books for several years. I add in a lot of pages, so it is hard to share all of them in photos, and that’s why I haven’t always shared them. I should make a video flipping through a finished miniature blank book or one that I’ve already filled with art, don’t you agree?

But first let’s start today with a look at a blank book that fits in a tiny paper box…

A miniature blank book for my mom - stored in a tiny box by iHanna - Copyright Hanna Andersson

I thought I’d start with this cute mini notebook that I made to fit in a tiny palm-sized box that I already had on hand. I made it as a gift for my mom last year, so a lot of the pages are blue (her favorite color)…

A miniature blank book for my mom by iHanna - Copyright Hanna Andersson

The cover is a marbled blue-green paper that is just lush, like a jungle…

The cover of my miniature notebook by iHanna - Copyright Hanna Andersson

Inside this small notebook you find mostly plain pages, patterned paper on one side and white on the other side – but I also added in some stickers, images and words as inspiration. Here area few of the many spreads

One of the spreads in this miniature notebook by iHanna - Copyright Hanna Andersson

A miniature notebook with mixed papers by iHanna - Copyright Hanna Andersson

I really like the combination of patterns in this miniature blank book. You could use it to doodle a bit, collect quotes or simply glue in word poetry. Every notebook has so many possible ways to be used – miniature notebooks as well as big chunky journals. The blank page is an invitation!

A miniature notebook with mixed papers more pages by iHanna - Copyright Hanna Andersson

If you too like miniature notebooks, let me know and I’ll share a few more on the blog soon. Do you make your own, or would you like to try? And if you like mail art, sign up for the Postcard swap that I posted about during Easter.

A miniature notebook by iHanna - Copyright Hanna Andersson

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12 Responses to A miniature blank book in a tiny box

  1. Åshild says:

    Gorgeos!! I’m think i’m in love with this tiny book :)

  2. Aimee says:

    Love it! The miniature notebook you show off here is adorable, so please show off others you’ve made. I like the mix of patterned papers you used.

    If you wish, you can see some miniature notebooks I made here: recycled mini journals

    My pages aren’t as colorful as yours, since I planned on using these for jotting down notes and such while I’m out and about.

  3. Phazereyes says:

    I really enjoyed getting a peek inside the mini book you made and would love for you to share more of them here. Thanks for sharing and I will look forward to seeing more of them!

  4. love the book and the papers you’ve used in it! beautiful colors combo!

  5. sandra dorey says:

    Cute, delightful, charming.

  6. Rita Montgomery says:

    I would love for you to show more of your books. I think it would be great if you showed us how you made your mini journals as well. Thanks.

  7. Sabrina says:

    I love making notebooks, so please share more!

  8. Sarah says:

    So cute and what a thoughtful gift! This inspires me to make some myself! Or include this project in the Girls ARTisan Camp I am hosting this summer. XO

  9. Susan King says:

    Yup, I love miniature books! OK, books of all sizes. I’d love to see one filled up because I’d like to make some out of all that scrapbook paper in the closet but I’m just not sure what I’d do with them. Blank paper, yes, I get that. But patterned paper? That puzzles me more……Thanks for this!

  10. amalia says:

    These little books are fabulous. How nice to have one tucked in your bag for random happy thoughts.

  11. Jenny says:

    oh hanna this little book is darling! please share more :) excited to do your postcard swap again!! thanks for sharing.

  12. Lay Hoon says:

    I love miniature books too.
    Can’t wait to make some also.

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