A set of printing inks - red, blue, yellow, white, black and gold (!) - plus additional tubes of turquoise and a special print medium. A bamboo baren (burnisher for rubbing the back of the paper to transfer the ink). Samples of lino (the little grey one is the "traditional" hard stuff... don't think I'll buy more of that), the blue (green on other side), is a lot less hard than the original grey stuff - it's a kind of vinyl. I want to try it out. Pieces of Japanese mulberry and kozo tissues, to experiment with.
Three fat quarters of Liberty of London Tana Lawn fabrics, courtesy of Miss E. from Miss Elany. Wonderful fabric - it's 100% cotton lawn, printed with gorgeous Liberty designs. I already have quite a stock of Liberty prints, to make books for my shop. These are new designs - the golden one has peacock feathers on it - I have some lovely ideas for these...
A pack of hand-printed lino-cut cards, from Amanda Colville of Mangle Prints! I bought a pack of 4, but she's sooo nice, she sent me an extra. They're lovely - in fact, so lovely that I will have trouble parting with them; I may have to add at least one to my New Art Wall!
I could hardly believe they all arrived at once - it was almost like having a birthday...