It’s been long overdue but there is now a dedicated Super Cute Kawaii account on Pinterest! Previously, it was just a board on my personal account because someone already took the sckawaii username and isn’t even using it (grr!). There’s nothing we can do about that so we’ve gone with wearesckawaii instead.
I copied over all the pins from the old board and now we can have lots of different boards so you can either follow them all or just the ones you’re interested in. There’s plenty to browse through already and we’ll start sharing some favourites from around the web too. The old board will no longer be updated so please come and follow us (and I don’t mind if you unfollow my personal account!).
If Pinterest isn’t for you, here’s where else you can find us. We try to post unique content on each platform so you get something different.
Our current favourite where we share sneak peeks of review items, kawaii shop snaps and events coverage. We also post pics and videos on Stories too, which disappear after 24 hours. Follow SCK on Instagram
I try to retweet a few things every day from indie makers, big brands, shops and bloggers with new products, offers, giveaways, videos and more. It’s also a great place to ask a question as I’m usually on it most of the day. Follow SCK on Twitter
I’m a big fan or Tumblr and the SCK page gets two posts a day: a reminder of the day’s blog post and something cute from accounts we love. Follow SCK on Tumblr
It’s hard to justify time spent on Facebook as the algorithm means most of you don’t even see our posts. If you don’t see them often either click More under our cover image and Add to Favourites or make sure to like and comment on our posts so that Facebook will show you more. Follow SCK on Facebook
And don’t forget our new email newsletter! The first one will go out later this month and will have more fun finds from the SCK team as well as our top posts, hidden gems from the archives and cute DIYs. Sign up here!
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.