It’s Space Day today, which doesn’t really mean anything but since it’s one of my major interests, I’m taking it as an opportunity to spend some time looking at kawaii space things. I hope these picks add a little celestial magic to your day.
I love the art style of The Recorder Factory and Mochi Things (US) have these super cute Happy Cosmo keychains in stock. The planets are probably my favourite but there’s also Earth, The Moon and a UFO.
ROSYPOSY looks to be another Korean brand with a lot of cute stickers and ISpyKawaiiSupplies (UK) have a few different sets. This space bear is having the best time!
Space and cats is always a good combo and Meow Amor Creative (US) have so many washi tapes to choose from. Most have cool sparkly foil details so you really need to click through and see them all.
Cuteness (EU) still have a lot of items from the Sumikko Gurashi Starry Sky Walk collection and I kind of want all of it. This pencil case is so pretty!
Pikaole is so good at making marine life into kawaii art and these Moon and Star & Sun and Star designs are perfect for anyone loves space and nature. Get them on notebooks and loads of other things via Redbubble (worldwide).
For simple cuteness that won’t look out of place even in a professional setting, how about these clever Sun sticky notes by Scout Editions (UK)?
Whenever I get a new phone, I always go for a case by Carly Watts as she has so many pretty space-themed designs. I generally pick a dark background but I do love these pastel options too – maybe next time! These are available through Redbubble (worldwide) with lots of different styles and options for both Apple and Android.
This new Andromeda Unicorno plush at tokidoki (US) is just so magical, and huggable too.
As an adult with very full kitchen cupboards, I suppose I can’t really buy this Space Explorer bamboo tableware set at Sass & Belle (UK) but just look at it. The plate is almost cute enough to hang on your wall.
I don’t really wear skirts much but this starry pink tulle skirt at Dreamy Bows (UK) is making me want to change that. How magical would you feel swanning around in this?
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.