Jen F. wrote a handwritten request on a grain of rice measuring 5.5 millimeters in length and two millimeters in width. The 41-letter request was for Sir Richard Branson to write a foreword for her book. Learn more about the feat here.
Rika K. made a ninja star that measured 0.5 centimeter wide.
Bariki C. made a functional reel projector that measures four centimeters in height, five centimeters in length, and two centimeters in width.
Jøël Crvz prepared a dish of spaghetti carpaccio measuring four millimeters in length.
James G. has a pencil 0.90 millimeters long.
Raymond W. painted a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi measuring 0.8 cm in height and 0.8 cm in width.
Bonnie S. found a mature wing feather measuring 0.75 inch long.
BV Panduranga Rao, a cartoonist in Bangalore, India, created a flip book measuring 0.4 centimeter wide and 1.2 centimeters long.
The book showed a stick figure playing cricket. It has a total of 44 pages and took Rao four days to complete.
Vivian C. made a paper snowflake measuring 0.51 centimeters in length.
David K. made a balloon animal measuring 8.5 centimeters wide and 9.5 centimeters high.
Yuktha created a Fountain of Horses sculpture on a chalk pencil measuring 2.7 centimeters in length.
Yuktha created a sculpture of a coconut tree on a chalk pencil that measured one square centimeter.
Michelle S. created a cross stitch design 12 millimeters wide and put it inside a small bottle.
Jennifer S. has a four-leaf clover 0.33 meters in length.
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