Can you believe this is the 10th anniversary of Easter Bunny Monday? I always look forward to my annual hunt for the most kawaii bunny picks so I hope you enjoy this year’s selection.
Top of my bunny wish list are these Donnie & Honey plushies by Apple Cheeks (US). Not only are they adorable but they have magnetic accessories! Donnie the dust bunny has a sock while Honey the love bunny has a strawberry. They’re up for pre-order but, sadly for me, not to the UK.
I love watching Bunniwinkle (PH) creating new Desk Friends on Instagram and a few from the most recent batch are still available to buy. They’re all one of a kind and themed around everything from food to Sanrio characters.
Rebekka (JP) is one of the best shops for bunny fans and I especially love to browse through their handmade section. This time cache cache * caught my attention – they make super cute crochet and clay items. These bunnies are actually umbrella charms, to help you find yours in the communal storage area in shops (though of course outside Japan that would just make them even more likely to be stolen!). Rebekka’s main store doesn’t ship outside Japan – you can use a forwarding service or find a much smaller selection in their international store.
Kezia Lovell (UK) is an incredible embroidery artist I follow on Instagram. Mostly she does commissions but you can also buy a couple of things on Etsy including a vinyl sticker version of this sweet design that’s sure to cheer you up.
I’m finding it difficult to resist this fuzzy bunny patch at ISpyKawaiiSupplies (UK) and might have to pick one up. Look at its little carrot bag! I think these are the sticky kind, rather than iron-on, so you can use it to decorate just about anything, and there’s a penguin and polar bear too.
Doodlebug Designs keep coming out with kawaii scrapbooking supplies for every season and holiday, and Easter is no different. I would like to head off in a hot air balloon with these friends. You can find Doodlebug products at lots of stockists including Colour Splash Supplies (UK) and Scrapbook.com (US).
And a couple of bunny characters to finish. Sumikko Gurashi are still big favourites of mine, especially when they dress up as bunnies! These message seal sticker flakes at ARTBOX (UK) are perfect for springtime and have space for little messages.
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.