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5x5 Mini Book

This cute photo book is available in Hardcover and 2-Pack Softcover

5x5 Mini Book

Photo Books Worth A Thousand Words

Whether you’re promoting your own band, showing off your instagram feed, or even making a memory book for a loved one, our 5x5 mini books are just the thing you need. Coming in packs of 2, our Softcovers are perfect to share your images!

For Layflats, check out our 5"x5" Hinged Layflat help page

5"x5" Imagewrap Softcover Photo Book
5x5 Imagewrap Softcover Photo Book with Silk 120 Photo Paper

Paper Type:

Silk 120 Photo Paper
Silk 120
13-100 Pages
Starting at $11.49 (2-pack)
+ $0.50 Per Additional Page

Print Specs:

Final Dimensions


PDF Dimensions


1575px by 1575px

Book 2 Pack Example

Two in the hand, one in design

Our 5x5 mini softcovers come in packs of two identical books, perfect for sharing a book with a loved one or just to keep a copy for your own shelf.

All Shapes and Sizes

3.75x2.5 Mini Book 5.25x3.5 Mini Book 7x5 Mini Book 3.5x3.5 Mini Book 5x5 Mini Book
3.75" x 2.5"
5.25" x 3.5"
7" x 5"
3.5" x 3.5"
5" x 5"

It's easy to print your photo book small, big, or both! Most of our mini books easily translate into larger sizes - perfect for sharing (and keeping). After all, we like options too! Learn more about our Mini-Books.


If I put 90-100 pages in the book. How thick is it without the cover

by nyxjack, 03 Mar 2016 (05:49 UTC)
If I put 90-100 pages in the book. How thick is it without the cover? What is digital silk paper? How many pounds is it?

Re: If I put 90-100 pages in the book. How thick is it without the cover

by PrestoPhoto Support, 21 Mar 2016 (17:07 UTC)
Hi there!

Great question. Spine width for softcover books is 300 pages (150 sheets) per inch, or 118 pages (59 sheets) per cm. So for a book with 90-100 pages, the spine width would be about 1/3 inch. page book. Here is a link to our Cover Specs help page for more info about spines and cover setup advice:

Our silk paper is 80# (118 GSM). :)

I hope this helps! If you have any other questions, please send an email to or hop on Live Chat!


by Fran McNamara, 26 Sep 2014 (14:41 UTC)
Hi I am creating a 5" x 5" book and want to know what the exact dimensions should be in my InDesign Doc?
Height? and Width? Please get back asap. Thank you!

Re: 5" x 5" DOCUMENT SIZE?

by Shantelle, 26 Sep 2014 (15:57 UTC)
Hi Fran! The 5x5 mini books will need to be created at 5.25x5.25 making sure that the last .25" margin around the edges of the page does not include any important elements such as faces or text. You can still design full bleed pages, just bear in mind the trim that will occur to the pages in production within the .25" margin. You can find some great information about this at our Crop & Bleed help page here: :)

Please let us know if you have any other questions by emailing us at!

Sample book

by , 21 Feb 2012 (21:04 UTC)
Will you ship a sample book before a large order is placed?

Re: Sample book

by PrestoPhoto Support, 21 Feb 2012 (21:27 UTC)

before placing a large order, we strongly suggest ordering a single copy to review for spelling errors and possible print issues.

PrestoPhoto Support

More than 120 pages in the 5x5 mini?

by Norine, 08 Jan 2012 (07:22 UTC)
Is it at all possible to increase the max number of pages in the 5x5" books to 185 pages, to accommodate a Project 365 print - one photo/page/day? If not, you should consider this, as the Project 365 community is large and growing larger.


Re: More than 120 pages in the 5x5 mini?

by PrestoPhoto Support, 06 Jul 2016 (15:17 UTC)

To maintain the binding integrity these books cannot have to thick of a spine.

If you are specifically interested in the 5x5 minibook I would suggest you put them into volumes as seasons!

We can also easily accommodate a page count up to 400 pages in our 8.5x8.5.

If you have any further questions please let us know and we will do our best to help!

PrestoPhoto support


by AMH, 08 Dec 2011 (05:52 UTC)
Hello. I'm planning to purchase the 5"x5" mini book and I get an error, "Your image is low in dpi" for all my images. I've been uploading pdf files, dimensions of 5.25"x5.25" in 300dpi, created in photoshop. I'm not sure what the problem is.

When I go to my projects, the dimensions are set to 12"x 12" is this causing the error?

Re: Low DPI

by PrestoPhoto Support, 08 Dec 2011 (15:47 UTC)

Greetings from PrestoPhoto!

If you are trying to import 5.25x5.25 size jpg's into the Designer then yes, that is what your warnings are referencing. The Designer creates pages at the largest size within that ratio which is 12x12 or 12.25x12.25 with the bleed.

You can however save them as pdf's combine the pdf's in Preview (Mac) or Acrobat (PC) and then import the file as a whole book using our PDF Wizard: This will recognize your file size and allow you the purchasing option of only that file size.

When it comes to mini-books and pricing it's important to remember that the 5x5's are sold in packs of 2, so in order to receive 50 books you will place an order of 25 5x5 2-packs. You can easily accomplish a free price quote for your project by visiting our Product Catalog here: - simply click on the "square 1:1" ratio tab and then enter in your info above to receive your quote with the bulk discount automatically calculated in!

Please let us know if you have any further questions and we will help in any way we can!

PrestoPhoto support
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