There are plenty of kitschy Korean stationery shops and brands that have become popular among kawaii journaling social media accounts, but have you ever wondered how to snag some stickers of your own? This list is for you! All shops ship internationally from South Korea unless otherwise noted.
The DuruNaru Etsy shop is definitely the easiest way to purchase from a wide variety of Korean brands at one time, though shipping is typically pretty pricey. You can also find other journaling products like diary refills and memos.
While not based in Korea, the artist style of Mintymentaiko (SG) is heavily influenced by the kitschy-cute style of other Korean sticker brands.
If you live in the US and don’t want to risk a long wait for an international order, oorichingoo (US – no international shipping) sells stickers from both well-known brands, like Joie Atelier, along with indie brands like Put So Nyeon .
LUCALAB is a great place to buy Korean style stickers as well as the jelly diaries and refills you often see featured on Korean journaling accounts.
Sosorowa is a convenient webshop that offers stickers from a variety of different indie artists and brands. Their check out method is very simple and similar to the Manet webshop.
Lovticker is another one-stop shop that sells lots of different Korean indie brand stickers. You can also find other journaling supplies like tapes and memos on the site, too.
While 10×10 is probably the most challenging website to order from, there are several Youtube tutorials to help you browse and place an international order. I’ve noticed there are a few sticker brands that you can find here that are more difficult to find on other websites.
If you’re a long-time SCK reader, you’ve probably seen Manet mentioned several times here! It’s an adorable brand that always has a lot of options to choose from, and it’s relatively easy to order from. I’ve ordered twice and I feel like the international shipping was fairly reasonable compared to other websites.
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth. Andi is currently taking a mental health break, but hopes to be back in 2023.