With that said, these samplers are ideal for just that - a little peek into what you could be getting without a commitment to something you end up feeling isn't for you. (This should probably have had a St. Patrick's theme, huh? I just realized that.)
It's unlikely I don't miss something in this review because there were tons of items in the sampler. I will try to focus mostly on my favorites while doing my best to get everyone.
I was really excited about the Cheaha Soaps inclusion, because I love soap and because it's vegan soap. This one also has hints of patchouli, which makes me even happier. Their soaps are also only $4 each, so next time I am in need of soaps, I know where to go! (Not that I ever need soap anymore since I get so much of it, but at $4 a piece, when I move, I may just stock up anyway.)
There was also a minicomics pack from My Monster Hat. I particularly enjoyed Cats in Costumes. (By the way, there is a "How Sherlock Survived" comic on their site, so I may have to get myself that.)
There was a pair of earrings from Sweet Pickle Jewels (their Etsy shop appears to be empty so I may have the wrong link?). These are really cute and I love that the Indie Craft Sampler includes jewelry.
One of my favorite items was the sachet from Sew Geeky. I enjoy the quote and it's a cute sachet.
I received a $5 gift certificate to Rusty Canvas, although I am not sure I will use it. They have some neat things, but right now, I am trying to minimize buying anything I won't use (that also means I am going to pause and cancel a lot of these subscriptions). Since I didn't see anything I would use that's cheaper on the site, I will hang on to it and maybe use it after we move.
Additionally, there was a card from Paper Plain Designs, a mobile piece from The Milk Collective (I don't have children but it was cute), some stickers from Crafty Planner Addict, a cute button from Lumpy Buttons, clothespin clips from Earth Cookie Creations, and a knitted dish sponge from The Loophole.