The Mr Men and Little Miss characters are very nostalgic, and very cute. I can’t believe there’s over 92 of them now! These are some of the cutest shopping picks, crafts and books that feature the characters.
If you’ve ever wondered the best way to draw your own Mr Men, you’ll love this How To Draw Mr Men book (UK/USA). And it doesn’t just contain instructions, there’s also a sketchpad, stencils, and stickers.
These retro print fat quarters at Hobbycraft (UK) are so cute! If you’re stuck on what to make with them, Hobbycraft also has this list of fat quarter projects. I think they’d make a very sweet apron.
This biscuit tin and biscuits from Biscuiteers (UK) is gorgeous. It includes eight iced biscuits of all the most iconic Mr Men, packed inside a Mr Men and Little Miss tin. I love the Little Miss Sunshine biscuit, she’s my favourite character.
Whether you already like embroidery, or you’re wanting to start, you’ll like this cross stitch kit from WHSmith (UK). It has everything you need to start sewing Mr Tickle and Mr Bump, plus 5 more cross stitch designs and even some knitting and crochet patterns.
If you’re more into crochet than sewing, then Mr Men crochet collection from Aldi (UK) is for you. It has lots of yarn, and patterns for five different characters. I think the Little Miss Princess is especially adorable.
Truffle Shuffle (UK) has so many awesome T-shirts, so of course they have a Little Miss Sunshine T-Shirt! It’s a boxy, cropped fit, and feels quite retro. I’m going to have to order one for myself, it’s so kawaii.
Finally, did you know there’s a Little Miss Cawaii? I only found that out today! She doesn’t have her own book yet, but there’s a new book coming out soon called Mr Men Adventure in Japan (UK/INT) which might include her.
Gabriel is a contributing writer from Yorkshire who loves everything creepy cute. You’ll usually find them crafting, and trying to keep yarn away from Kiki, their tortoiseshell cat. When they’re not creating super cute amigurumi, they’re probably trying to figure out how to dress as a kawaii vampire or dreaming about visiting Tokyo.