Apparently, it’s National Sticker Day and I’ll take any excuse to look at kawaii stickers! For something different, I’ve trawled through Etsy to bring you some extra special stickers including glitter, transparent, holographic, shaker and more.
I’ve see some cute transparent stickers lately but the ones by Thousand Skies (USA) are definitely my favourites. This really looks like it’s full of water! There’s more to choose from too, with cats, dogs, and even axolotls.
Holographic stickers are hard to resist too – I have one on my laptop and love seeing all the rainbows when the light catches it. Make your Switch case more kawaii with a vinyl sticker by Le Chat Noir Cutisserie (EU).
I thought at first these were stickers made to look like they were embroidered but they’re actually stick-on patches! They’d be so cute on the cover of a notebook or planner, and you can sew them on to a jacket or bag too. These are by Milkjoy and available from a few sellers including FairyMilkBar (Canada).
I try not to buy puffy and 3D stickers as it’s hard to find a good use for them, but they can be fun for crafting. These shaker stickers at KawaiiPackrat (Canada) are way too adorable, with a choice of dinosaurs or hedgehogs.
Or how about gemstone stickers for all the magical girls out there? They look so realistic! Get them from ResinPopTarte (UK).
My current sticker obsession is alphabet stickers as they’re so cute for happy mail and journaling. I need to add this glitter set to my wish list, available from DuruNaru (South Korea) who have lots more Korean stationery too.
Even after 12 years of kawaii blogging, I can still be surprised by stationery and I love these long sticker strips. I know it’s just a different shape of sheet but it looks so cool, and easier to cut up and share. They’re by a Korean brand and available from a few sellers including MeowCorporation (EU).
Bande’s masking tape stickers that come on a roll, like washi tape, are still an incredible idea. Most of the designs I’ve seen so far have been flowers and nature-themed but look at these birds! Pick them up from SomedaySomeplace (Japan).
What are your favourite kind of stickers?
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.