I just got my notecards by Lara Cameron from Moo! Let me back up... Moo is an "on-demand" printer in England that specializes in sticker books, notecards and mini cards. You can upload your own images to be printed, or you can choose from their designer images. I think Moo is a great idea for pictures of your children, pets, loved ones or to make your own invitations or birthday cards. Their sticker books are packaged like matchbooks and are darling!
I had seen Lara Cameron's work on her blog, Kirin Notebook, and she recently announced that her designs would be on Moo. I especially like her design of scissors and buttons shown on top. She also sells her designs on fabric at her Etsy Shop. She is in Melbourne, Australia, but she'll gladly ship it to the U.S.!
The other goodie I've been enjoying is these bags of fabric. If you do projects that require small pieces of lots of fabrics, they are for you! They are basically samples and any other pieces of wayward fabric that we've cut into roughly 3" x 4" (at least) pieces and we've bagged approximately 45 of them (50 grams) for $2. It's a "while supplies last" type of thing, but given all the fabric I'm finding stashed away, we should be fine for awhile.
My other mania at the moment is "fabric packs". When we buy fabric collections, some pieces sell more than others. So eventually, when the line is discontinued, there are orphaned pieces from the collection. I started making color groups of those fabrics with fabrics from other collections and if I may say so, came up with some darling ones. I then tied them up with ribbon and voila-- it's a visual delight! The packs are one yard pieces of either 5 or 6 fabrics. I will be offering them on the website-- I just need to organize them and price them. A great gift for a crafter, yes?