I like this one from Making Memories. It's sturdy, cuts straight and is self-sharpening. It's not very portable, however, so it mostly lives in my craft room. I generally take my Cutterpede with me if I craft away from home.
Scoreboard- Martha Stewart-
This was a Christmas Gift from my hubby and I love this corner rounder! It cuts through paper like buttah and I even used it to round the corners of a piece of balsa wood I made into a card.
Amuse Studios, Memento, Reformulated Papertrey Ink
Dies and Punches
I use a lot of dies on my projects. Some of my favorite dies are from Papertrey Ink, My Favorite Things, Amuse Studio
I find the cardstock at Papertrey Ink to be top notch in quality. If you happen to live in or be visiting NE Ohio, it's worth making a trip to Hollos Paper for their cardstock that they sell by the pound (yep, by the pound- I think $1.25/pound) and envelopes.
I tend to think that a card is not complete without a button or three. I purchase most of my buttons from Papertrey Ink.
No respectable button wants to be seen going around naked, right? That's where twine comes in. I love the Rustic White and Rustic Cream button twine sold at Papertrey Ink. I also understand that May Arts also sells some amazing twine and I will trying once I deplete my current supply.
When I need a little color in the twine department, I love baker's twine sold at the Twinery.
I love my Cricut Expression for card making and scrapbooking. Some of my favorite cartridges include: Country Life, Simply Charmed, A Child's Year, Songbird, and Just Because Cards.
Here are just a sampling of my favorite stamp companies.
Skipping Stones Design
The Crafts Meow