It’s officially Spring this weekend and if you’re thinking about trying some seasonal projects new craft supplies always get me inspired. Here’s some bundles and sets from Etsy that would be perfect for all kinds of DIYs with soft pastel colours. Many of these brands and products will be available in your local craft store too.
Felt sewing is so much easier than fabric and this Sweet Spring wool felt bundle has colours to suit all the cute Easter patterns out there. Cloud Craft (UK) also have individual felt sheets available, plus thread and more.
For paper crafts, pick up a pack of pretty pastels from Jenny Allsorts! There’s loads of digital sets to choose from and they’d be great for origami and card-making.
If you love colouring and pastels then why even bother with all those other colours? KJM Creations (UK) has some lovely colouring pencil sets in 2 sizes.
For polymer clay creations, this Sculpey Premo multi-pack at Shiny Gift Box (AUS) has small sample blocks in 6 soft colours. If you’re starting out with clay, you can also get this set as part of a few different bundles with various tools and cutters.
Cross stitch and embroidery fans can give their finished work an extra sweet touch with a pastel embroidery hoop from Kits & Ko (UK). There’s 6 colours and 3 sizes to choose from. You could also try this yourself with some acrylic paint.
While there’s plenty of plain pastel fabric bundles around, I really like the freshness of this combination at CottonSquaresFabric (UK). Chicks, daisies and rain boots pretty much sums up the season, or there’s a bunny-themed set too. You can buy them as fat quarters, squares or jelly roll strips – whatever suits your project.
Don’t you just want to dive into this Spring Fling sprinkles mix at Happy Kawaii Supplies (USA)? I love the colour combo and the little bows are too cute. You can use them for all kinds of DIYs like slime, decoden and polymer clay.
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.