Kawaii Jewelry Shop

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We love to hear from you lot out there, especially if you make cute stuff. Natasja emailed us about her new Kawaii Jewelry Shop with these adorable handmade necklaces made with kawaii character charms.


You’ll find Japanese faves like Rilakkuma and My Melody and old skool retro cute like My Little Pony and Rainbow Brite.

Check them all out here.

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4 responses

  1. Mimi avatar

    That’s so cute! I wonder about copyright infringement though! :( You can get in a lot of trouble for that. Still, so adorable~ I featured her on my blog last week. ^^

  2. Mimi avatar

    Oh, pssst, I wrote a draft so I haven’t published that blog post yet. Don’t tell anyone!! LOL Shhshh!~

  3. Cecilie avatar

    Cute stuff – but @ Mimi, your are right. You need to have a license agreement with eg. Sanrio, San-X and the other japanese brands to use their figures in your jewelry.

  4. Natasja avatar

    Thank you very much for featuring my shop Mar-c!
    And Mimi thank you in advance (^_^) I will check out your blog for sure. Also I understand your question/concern. I’ve been thinking about it myself and wonder if the companies will mind their charms being used in crafts/jewelry on such a small scale. Still I’m planning on creating my own pendants if the jewelry will start selling.

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