Here’s the latest news, offers and discounts from our kawaii sponsors.
Kawaii Panda (EU)
Kawaii Panda have so much new kawaii stationery in stock including Sanrio characters and these fun Melty Cafe gift sets. You get a matching memo pad, pencil, clip and 2 pencil toppers, all packed inside a cup! SCK readers get 10% off everything (excluding boxes and bundles) with the code SCK10OFF.
DIY Fluffies (EU)
Do you wish you could make all the cute DIY Fluffies toys but not sure you have the crochet skills? Mariska has uploaded two easy amigurumi video tutorials to make a cute cat and koala! They’re suitable for beginners and available in both English and Dutch.
Need a new shopping bag for summer? Imouto have you covered with these fruity Hello Kitty eco tote bags. They come in cute pineapple, strawberry and apple designs and fold up really small to fit in your handbag.
Cakes With Faces (UK)
Cute Delight (UK)
Pusheen Box (USA)
The summer Pusheen Box is shipping now so hurry and sign up if you don’t want to miss out! As you can see from the box, it has a sailor theme and we can’t wait to see what’s inside. Have a read of our review of the Spring box for all the details on costs and contents and let us know if you have any questions.
Asking For Trouble (UK)
Still thinking about buying our book, The Super Cute Book of Kawaii? If you buy a signed book (or a signed bookplate) from my Asking For Trouble shop you’ll get a free exclusive bookmark featuring artwork I created for the book. Get 15% off all orders over £15 + there’s free UK shipping on all orders.
Win The Super Cute Book of Kawaii
There’s still time enter our giveaway for a chance to win a copy of the book too – ends Tuesday! If you already bought the book (thank you!) share a photo with us (tag @sckawaii and use the hashtag #supercutebookofkawaii) for a chance to win bookmarks, badges and more. There’s no end date for that.
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.