Do you absolutely love to pop that bubble wrap like I do? Well, then this is the calendar for you. The Bubble Calendar is poster-sized with a bubble to pop every day. I would want to wait until December 31 and then just go to town on the whole thing. Much more satisfying than one measly pop per day. Available here for $14.95.
No kid could possibly ignore a birthday card with built-in candy and money! This handmade card by inchmark is a great idea and easy to replicate at home.
Egg Press, based in Portland, is a letterpress company specializing in cards, calendars, paper dolls, and other gifts. Started in 1999, their gorgeous handmade pieces combine vintage letterpress practices with more modern colors and patterns.
Only the best sketch/note book ever. I highly recommend it. Available here for around $10.
Awwww...remember these guys? Four blank cards featuring favorite Little People vignettes by superfray. $10.
Here's a cute way to say thanks to Aunt Madge for the Christmas socks! These cards from time2cre8 on etsy allow you to fill in whatever caption you want. If there is a critter you like, but don't see - just email the artist and she'll whip one up for you. $3 a piece.
Super-thin walnut veneer is used to create these note cards, all
featuring a white foil-stamped illustration by designer Meg Mateo
Ilasco. Each is unique, as the woodgrain of walnut can vary, and
high-quality white paper lines the interior. $5 each or $14 for a set. Available at www.mateoilasco.com.
Lotta Jansdotter was born in Scandinavia and lived in San Francisco (Nob Hill) until very recently. Now her studio is in Brooklyn. She creates beautiful screenprinted stationary, bags, clothing and home items. Available here.