Sending a cute card is a great way to cheer up friends and family that you won’t get to see in person for a while. I’ve found some fun ones that are sure to brighten anyone’s day.
At Thortful (UK), you can choose from thousands of cards by indie designers, add your message and they’ll post it straight to the recipient so you don’t even need to go outside. You can also turn it into a gift with chocolate, socks or a microwave cake mix inside! This otter is by PeppermintPopUK but there’s a loads more kawaii cards available too. You can use my code TTSHUVNO to get 50% off your first card.
A book of colour-in postcards would be perfect right now. You can either colour them yourself before you mail them out, or send one to a friend, along with a pack of pencils. This Miki Takei postcard book is available from LivingInTokyo (Japan) – Andi reviewed it for SCK a while back if you want a closer look.
Night Owl Paper Goods (USA) have a new range of colourful, pun-tastic sticker cards. The main character can be peeled off and stuck on your laptop, water bottle or journal.
The cute characters at Noodoll (UK) always make me happy! These fun bookmark cards are great for readers – you can remove the character to add a little cute to your current read.
Spread some positivity around with these sweet Unicorn Positivity mini note cards by MyClipArtStore.
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.