Here’s what I received: a mug, travel card holder and two sticker sheets, all featuring the cute Fuzzballs characters.
‘The cookies are evil and must be eaten’ mug
Mugs are one of the newest additions to the Fuzzballs range and I was especially impressed by the cool box it arrived in! Usually mugs are packaged so boringly so it was great to see some extra effort to make it so cute.
Inside was a ‘the cookies are evil and must be eaten’ mug featuring a cute cat munching on some cookies. The design wraps around the whole mug with the words on the other side, so everyone knows to bring you those evil cookies for you to destroy. It’s a tough job.
I’m quite fussy about my mugs, but this one is a good size and very sturdy. The design is printed perfectly and looks like it will stand up to lots of use. It’s also safe for microwaves and dishwashers.
Meowgical travel card holder
Also new in store are travel card holders and once again the packaging is really cool. Details like this really help you know that a company cares about the quality of the products and your shopping experience.
I received the Meowgical travel card holder which is covered on both sides with all the Fuzzballs characters. The colourful design would be easy to find in your bag and cheer up the morning commute. It fits an Oyster card perfectly with another pocket for another card or map. While it’s just made of plastic and quite lightweight, at £3.50 you can easily afford to replace it when the daily wear and tear becomes too much.
And finally, some stickers! These are great value at £2 for an A6 sheet. Each sticker is kiss cut to the shape of the characters for extra cuteness and you get lots of designs. I especially liked the diary sticker sheet which tiny stickers to plan out your days. Maybe I’d be motivated to go to the gym if a cute bunny is suggesting it, or maybe I’d just use up all the pizza time and nap time stickers first!
I definitely recommend shopping with the Fuzzballs if you want some cute new character goods that are affordable and great quality. As well as the above, they also sell t-shirts, phone cases, keyrings, tote bags, plushies and much more. Shipping is available worldwide and you can also catch them at cons including MCM London Comic Con this weekend!
(Products were provided by Fuzzballs for review but all words and photographs 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.