To go along with the giveaway, Blippo kindly let me choose a few things to review. I was impressed right from the start as, even though Blippo ship worldwide for free, my box of kawaii only took 9 days to arrive! Everything was well-packaged and in good condition.
I asked for this bunny pouch because it’s just so cute and fluffy! It was just as nice in reality, with some fun touches like the pompom zipper tail and cute printed lining.
It’s bigger than you might think – a great size for a pencil case or make-up bag, and it fits my Nintendo DS too. It comes in a few colours including rainbow!
I posted about these animal donut charms years ago, so it’s great to finally own one! These come in a variety of colours and I’m not sure what animal mine is supposed to be – maybe a bear? I love the pink cheeks and all the glittery sprinkles. Unfortunately the face is a little bit smudged, but it’s still cute and at least I can put it on my bag and not worry too much if it gets bashed about.
Panda Pocky! This is a tough job sometimes, but I ate the Pocky for you. I’ve not had Cookies & Cream flavour before and it’s pretty much like Oreos with chocolate flavoured sticks too. I enjoyed these, but Mint is still my favourite Pocky flavour. The panda packaging is really cute, so I would definitely buy them for a gift.
The final thing I got was this amazing rice mould set for making super cute curry. I’m going to leave that for another post as I made curry and took lots of photos! Look out for that soon.
(Products were provided for review by Blippo, but this is my honest review and the photos are my own)
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.