There’s a lot of things happening in the kawaii world that we haven’t had a chance to share so here’s a little round up of cute news from a few of our favourite kawaii shops and makers.
inki-Drop Moving Sale
inki-Drop is relocating to Spain soon so there’s not much time left to pick up Shelly’s adorable sea creatures from her US-based web shop. Check out the moving sale with 20% off plushies, enamel pins, pouches, stickers, lucky bags and more – ends today!
Noodoll Shop Closing Sale
Noodoll have made the hard decision to close their London shop on August 1st. If you’re local and able to visit, there’s 20% off all the shop stock including brand new toys and water bottles, plus some ex-display items. Don’t worry, the Ricemonsters will still be available online but we’ll miss being able to squeeze them all in person!
Twinkie Chan’s Sucre Fleuf!
If you’re on the other side of the ocean, Twinkie Chan is taking part in an amazing installation at the Sweet Tooth Hotel in Dallas, Texas. For Intangible, A Fiber Fairytale, each room has been taken over by a fiber artist and Twinkie Chan has created a super kawaii crocheted patisserie full of animal pastries, positive cakes and mouse workers! Check out her Instagram for lots of pics and videos as it’s really incredible. The exhibition is open for the rest of the year and you can use the code Twinkie10 to get 10% off your ticket.
ChelseyDIY Shrimp Enamel Pins
We’re huge fans of Chelsey DIY‘s craft videos and she’s such a sweet person in real life too. If you’re a fan of enamel pins, shrimp or both, have a look at her very cute Kickstarter happening right now. The first pin is funded but there’s more designs to unlock too.
Pusheen Shop Giveaway
I know it’s been AGES since we ran a giveaway on SCK but it’s tricky with all the postal backlogs and restrictions. In the meantime, there’s a great one happening at The Pusheen Shop (USA entries only) for a Pusheen Botanical Summer Prize Pack. There’s only a few days left to enter so don’t miss your chance.
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.