A Daruma doll is a Japanese traditional doll that is seen as a symbol of good luck. The traditional Daruma comes with 2 blank eyes. You can select a goal (or wish) and paint in the doll’s left eye. Once the desired goal is reached, the doll’s right eye is filled. Nowadays you can find cute Daruma dolls and accessories in various shapes.
This Daruma enamel pin from Crafterzan (NZ) comes with a blank right eye. It can be filled to give thanks once your wish comes true.
The kawaii Neko cat / Daruma doll print from Michelle Coffee (US) would brighten up any room. And it just might bring you double luck.
At Kawaii Panda (EU) you can find this kawaii Monchhichi Daruma charm, perfect to hold your keys or to hang from your bag.
And if you are more of a dog-person I can recommend these Daruma Shiba Inu stickers from BorkCorp (US).
Naomi’s Space shows how to make a Daruma inspired vase from air dry clay The tutorial is aimed at beginners and I think that the end result looks very cute!
Natasja lives in the Netherlands with her husband and works as a freelance web designer. She likes to spend her free time browsing for cute stuff, blogging and reading. Natasja is currently taking a break from writing, as she’s got to prioritize family and work. But she does miss SCK and its readers, once things settle down, she’ll be back to write occasional posts.