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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Peanut Butter Loves Jelly mini book and note card

I make these little tiny printable mini books for fun and you can find a few plus assembly instructions here.
This is one I wrote and illustrated yesterday.
Here's the story which you can print out to use for a notecard or anything else you might like.

If you print it at 200 ppi, you get the tiny version and two copies will print on one page. If you choose 100 ppi, one copy with fit on a page and that makes the larger version. I've seen my miniature books used in earrings, doll houses and other crafty uses. I've done a layout for both 200 ppi and for 100 ppi. Click on the images to download the full sized versions.
200 ppi

100 ppi

I hope you like them! I told my husband I wrote a book and made him read it. He said it was very sweet and maybe it needs more plot development which led to a very silly conversation about writing a 32 page children's book and illustrating it, then selling the movie rights and being very disappointed when the movie version had explosions and all sorts of things that weren't in the original story. At which point we concluded that maybe it was best not to develop the story more completely and just leave it where it's at. A little bit of whimsy.


  1. This is so cute! And it's fun to add details in your own head- I love that! Thanks so much, I'll be linking.



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