It’s our regular round-up of kawaii discounts, offers and news from our super cute sponsors.
If you love squishies, Creamiicandy have some great value grab bags available from $28.50. You get a mix of brands including Puni Maru, Ibloom, Cutiecreative, Bunnyscafe and Cafe de N, plus licensed characters too. Get a free mini surprise squishy with any order – just write “SUPER CUTE KAWAII” in the notes box (not the discount code box).
Cakes With Faces
If you think it should be Halloween all year round, you’ll love the new ghost leggings by Cakes With Faces. They’re available for pre-order now at a special price of £20 and come in sizes from XS – 3XL. Amy’s in Japan right now too – you can follow her adventures on Instagram.
If you can’t make it to Japan in person, Kawaii Panda have lots of cute (and weird!) gashapon capsule toys you can order online. I love these Cinnamoroll animal costume charms where he’s dressing up as a bunny, frog, alpaca and more. SCK readers get 10% off all orders (excluding boxes and bundles) with the code SCK10OFF.
As well as Japanese fabric, Shugei Craft also sell a really cool range of Shinzi Katoh washi tape. There are lots of cute and colourful designs to choose from Shinzi Katoh and they’re all on sale for under $3. SCK readers get 15% off any order at with the code SCKAWAII too.
DIY Fluffies have a new amigurumi crochet pattern in store – meet the James giraffe! He’s a real gentleman who always wears a bow tie, and would make a cute gift. Download the digital pattern for just a few dollars and you can make as many as you like.
Cute Delight have lots of kawaii stationery to choose from. These mini stamps would be perfect for planners and journals and are small enough to fit in your bag or pencil case. Choose from 4 cute food sets for just £3.75 each.
Asking For Trouble
Don’t forget to use your discount code at my Asking For Trouble store – SCK readers get 15% off any order with the code SUPERCUTE. That even includes items in the £2 Sale where there are already big discounts. Mention SCK at checkout and I’ll include a free sticker too.
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.