Another gift guide to help you with your holiday shopping. If you’ve got a friend who loves to spend time in the kitchen, then this gift guide might help you out. I’ve included gifts for both cooking and baking, with a touch of kawaii.
I love Japanese cutter sets, since they are so versatile. You can cut soft vegetables, bread and cheese with it, but they also work great as small cookie cutters. This kurugumi cutter set at J-List is very nice to start with.
Etsy is a good place to go if you are looking for more unique cookie shapes, such as this cute deer cookie cutter at 3D Cookie Cutter Shop.
A recipe book would also be a good idea, how about the Kawaii Cakes book by Juliet Sear?
This Sumikko Gurashi silicone tray is available for pre-order at AmiAmi. Just look at these sweet shapes! The nice thing about molds is that you can use it to make either ice cubes, candy or chocolate.
The Fuzzballs yummy treats gift set has got a little bit of everything! It comes with a mini guide to yummy treats, a paw print mold and a wooden spoon engraved with one of the Fuzzballs characters.
Maybe you’d like to cook something up yourself. In that case why not bake some cute cookies and wrap them up as a special treat or gift? Kawaii Sweet World shows you how to make Rilakkuma gingerbread men!
Natasja‘s love for kawaii things was sparked by Sanrio characters and Candy Candy in her youth. Natasja lives in the Netherlands with her husband and works as a freelance web designer. She likes to spend her free time browsing for cute stuff, blogging and reading.