Named after famous Russian dolls, just because my friend mentioned they remind him on it
Materials used are classic bookbinding materials, cardboard, paper and textile (and of course glue). There's no text or print in any of them, as I currently don't have any magnification tool strong enough for writing such small paper (especially the last one).
These books are small, with sizes (in centimeters and millimeters):
2cm x 2.2cm (1.8cm covers width, 2mm spine width in frontal look)
7.5mm x 9mm (6mm covers width and 1.5mm spine width in frontal look)
3mm x 4mm (2mm covers width, 1mm spine width in frontal look)
The last one is for sure one of the smallest hand binded books on the world...and it's binded in classic fashion, with classic materials...all who like and understand microbinding, know what I'm talking off and why.
And I'm pretty certain, it's "the smallest" world notebook, as nothing is printed inside
Please, download for full (and best) view
Big "thanks" to =simoneyvette
fors suggesting it for DD and ^Kitten-of-Woe
for featuring it.
Also a big, big “thank you” to all who faved or commented this ^-^
I will try to say thanks for all favs (unorthodox in this cases, I know, but feels right) and reply to any question or similar in comments, but will take time…so if I didn’t said ”thanks” on your page yet, don’t think I forgot…just didn’t get to your gallery yet