It’s our regular round-up of kawaii discounts, offers and news from our super cute sponsors.
Six Seven Shop
Shugei Craft have been adding lots of new Japanese fabric, washi tape and craft supplies since we last caught up with them. The Shinzi Katoh fabric is so cute, especially this bee and flower print. SCK readers get 15% off any order with the code SCKAWAII.
Cakes With Faces
For the rest of January there’s a different offer every week at Cakes With Faces. This week, get 10% off dresses with code DRESSUP, until Friday 26th January. They’re all original designs, available in sizes UK 6 – 20 with worldwide shipping.
Kawaii Panda have some great special offers on sale just now. These kawaii squishy grab bags contain 9 top brand squishies €40 while fukubukuro lucky bags start at €19.99. Don’t forget, SCK readers get 10% off all orders (excluding boxes and bundles) with the code SCK10OFF.
Make a cute unicorn friend for yourself or a gift with this digital amigurumi crochet pattern by DIY Fluffies. Bella has a colourful rainbow mane and pink frilly dress but you can change the colours if you fancy trying something different.
It was Ichigo (Strawberry) Day in Japan recently so I have strawberries on the brain. Kawaii Depot have a super sweet Hello Kitty x Strawberry Shortcake memo pad with plenty room for your notes and messages. Get 10% off any $10+ order with the code KDSS-10 or 15% off a $50+ order with the code 15PER.
Asking For Trouble
I’m having a price freeze in my Asking For Trouble shop. I’ll be raising prices on February 1st so now’s your chance to pick up some cute cards, badges, gift wrap and more at the lower price. There’s free UK shipping and flat rate £3 international shipping on all orders over £15 so stock up.
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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.