Even if you’re not a fan of bugs in real life, these caterpillars and worms are so cute that maybe they’ll change your mind.
I have to start with Moss Frog Press (US) as more than half their shop is kawaii worms and you have to respect that. They’re all so colourful and happy too with a choice of designs as stickers, earrings, keychains and more. I’d have to go for the washi tape.
Ocean Hughes (UK) also regularly features happy worms in her ceramics so if you’ve ever wanted a worm planter, teapot or paintbrush holder, you’re in luck. There’s also some stickers and stationery if you don’t have the budget for an original at the moment.
I love the cute caterpillars at emmadoodlez (UK) and already own a little trinket dish. There’s lots of clay pieces to choose from at the moment, as well as earrings, stickers and pins.
This Katt Caterpillar ambient light at Smoko (US) is giving me major nostalgia for Glo-Worms! It would look lovely in a bedroom, and there’s also a matching plush. Get 15% off any order with the code Smoko-KTLVH.
Take some inspiration from this Baby Caterpillar enamel pin by Coco Glez (EU) and keep going until you transform into your final butterfly form.
Keep things colourful with a pair of Rainbow Caterpillar earrings, handmade by Jammy Weekend (NI) that are sure to cheer you up.
You can always rely on pikaole to make even the weirdest and tiniest creatures look cute and these velvet worms look like gummies! You can buy them on loads of products via Redbubble (global) including art prints, apparel, homeware, tech cases, stationery and these useful pouches.
If you can’t choose between caterpillars and worms, this kawaii bugs sticker pack from FigberryteaShop (US) has both! There’s tons more cute stickers in the shop too.
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.