You will probably never see such a tiny book. It’s so small that a thumb can almost cover it up. It was made by artist Ruth Bleakley from Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
She has been fascinated by paper art since an early age where she made cards and card illustrations. She later on got into book making where she taught herself new binding techniques and today she has made several hundred books, but she claims that she learns every day.
She made this photographic log on how she made this miniature book. She sews together folded mini papers and then gluing the spine together. To cover are two pieces of cardboard and then she decorates it how she wants before gluing it on the folded pages so it looks like a real mini book.
Other cool paper art are these paper layers that give a 3D illusion.