Kawaii Depot have so many kawaii Sanrio and San-X memo pads and letter sets in stock including one of my favourite characters, Pom Pom Purin. There’s still 10% off orders of $15+ with the code KDSS-10 + shipping offers for US buyers too.
Kelsea Echo just launched a new jewellery collection called Metallic Midnight which is perfect for fans of the darker side of kawaii. Those who prefer the more colourful side will love these limited edition rainbow candy bow bracelets. SCK readers get 15% off all orders with the code SCK15.
I’ve got a special discount in my Asking For Trouble Etsy shop this weekend as I’ve had the flu and haven’t made anything new since these cute Mt Fuji and Sunflower cards – use the code GETWELLSOON for 15% off all orders, plus a free badge set when you spend £5 or more.
Have you seen Sanrio’s newest character? It’s a cute deer called Hummingmint! She’s been available in Japan for a few months now, but it’s taking a while for products to show up on this side of the world. Luckily, eBay sellers are filling the gap if you can’t wait any longer for one of those adorable plushies. There’s also bags and bento sets and hopefully much more to come soon. Check out the cute little web game while you wait (it’s in Japanese, but super simple)
One lucky winner will receive a Hello Kitty fabric bundle. You get 5 fat quarters each featuring Hello Kitty in the kawaii designs shown above – great for crafty projects or just for decorating your room.
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I thought the normal vitamin pens were adorable but look at these animal vitamin pens! They come in all different colours and animals including cats, frogs, hamsters and bears, all with the cutest faces. They’re a bargain too, with 3 pens in a pack for £3.50. Pick them up at Tofu Cute.
I’ve always connected Funko Pop vinyl toys with sci-fi and fantasy shows, but there are some super cute ones available now too featuring characters from Bambi, Alice in Wonderland, Sesame Street, Hello Kitty and more. You can pick these up in person at stores like Forbidden Planet or shop online at Amazon.
If you have been to a Hot Topic recently you might have noticed the big bin of buttons kept by the register. Filled with quirky, pop culture and music buttons, the rotating selection always has a few hidden gems if you feel like digging. I came across two super kawaii ones this weekend – llama love and my favorite character from My Neighbor Totoro. At $1.99 each – they are the perfect little pick me up when you need some cheap cheer! Get them online too.
It’s been a while since we checked out the cute new books cropping on Amazon. Here’s a few I’d be happy to add to my bookshelves.
Hello Kitty has been the star of quite a few craft books lately, including amigurumi, baking and now Hello Kitty Nail Art. It’s full of detailed photo tutorials on how to create some super cute designs, plus you get over 100 nail decals.
I’ve been getting into making pom poms so I might be adding Mini Pom-Pom Pets to my wishlist. Look how cute everything is. It also comes with everything you need included – you just need a fork!
Ana Paula Rimoli designs some of the most kawaii amigurumi ever and has a bunch of books out. Her latest is Amigurumi at Home and features patterns for cushions, baskets, rugs, foot warmers, and more.
I’ve been a fan of Mariska at Fluffels’ plush toys for a few years and now you can make some of her cute designs with Sew Cute to Cuddle.
And finally, some kawaii baking. Deco Cakes! is a translated edition of a popular Japanese book that will show you how to make swiss rolls with patterns of strawberries, bunnies and more baked into the cake. They’re almost too cute to eat!
If you’re looking for more cute reads, check out the SCK Amazon store for more ideas.
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Looking at your comments, I think Rilakkuma was the most popular choice but there were quite a lot of votes for other San-X characters too. If anyone wants to tally up the votes I’d be interested to know!
If you didn’t win this time, you can pick up your own San-X plushies from Artbox starting at £5.49. Check back later today for a new post, plus there will be another Artbox giveaway next month.
Cacti and succulents are your friends if you haven’t got a green thumb. Despite the fact that I even manage to kill succulents, I still enjoy having small plants around the house. And they look even cuter in the following easy to make planters:
A large plastic bottle with ‘legs’, white spray paint and waterproof markers are all you need to make this incredibly cute cat planter. And if you punch some holes in the side, you can even use it as a hanging planter!
These kawaii animal planters are made out of an old milk carton. The instructions are in Swedish, but if you use acrylic paint and look carefully at the pictures it should work out fine.
Did you know that you can use wet cotton pads to grow cress? Wilma shows you how to make tiny face cups with cress, which is great to spice up your salad or sandwich.
These pastel coloured planters from Jenn Smith don’t come with a tutorial, but if you’ve got some terracotta pots and paint you should be able to make them.
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I think everyone who follows Noodoll has been slowly going mad over the amazing cuteness of their new fruit and veg characters. It seems like they’ve been teasing us with sneak peeks for months, but now finally they’re all available to buy. I definitely need the radish plush, and also the pineapple and the fig, and all the stationery. And the washi tape… and just send it ALL! Which is your favourite?
Kawaii Depot have new Sanrio and San-X stationery in stock featuring Rilakkuma, Sumikko Gurashi, Pom Pom Purin and even Kirimi-chan on this cute memo pad! There’s still 10% off orders of 15+ with the code KDSS-10 + shipping offers for US buyers too.
Cel’s Deconails have lots of cute and sparkly decoden cases for all smartphones.
Our newest sponsor, The Cute Quipster, makes fun plush, mobiles and badges including these donut pillows.
There’s up to 50% off in the Paperchase sale with loads of cute stationery and fun accessories like this elephant carry case.
There’s free shipping worldwide in my Society6 shop all weekend if you fancy some Bunny and Panda goods, or my newest Bread Slice design.
Don’t forget to enter our latest Artbox giveaway for a chance to win those Rilakkuma plushies. Ends on Tuesday!
Long time readers will remember the adorable handmade charms of Oboro Charms, who we featured pretty regularly. Kim closed her shop a few years ago so I was really delighted to see her pop up on Instagram and Tumblr recently making new charms. My feed is that bit cuter every day with everything from cute food and animals to your favourite kawaii and anime characters.
The good news is that Kim is planning to make some charms available for sale at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland so give them both a follow to find out how and when. And if you’d like to try it yourself, there’s a new Oboro Charms YouTube channel with some super cute tutorials.
Hi everyone, Frainy here with a crafty review of a Take and Make Box. Take and Make put together DIY boxes for a variety of different crafts, which is perfect for beginners who are unsure of the supplies they need to try out a fun new hobby! There are instructional videos for the kits on the website, so even novice crafters can follow along and create something awesome.
Inside the box there is everything you need to start making polymer clay charms, there’s even a little pot of glaze so you can give your charms a shiny finish!
The video tutorial for these charms is quick and easy to follow, though you may find yourself pausing and rewinding a few times to make sure you’re doing everything right.
The only supply you don’t receive in the box is a pair or wire cutters to trim the eyepins down. I had a pair of pliers which did the job just fine, although you can also use a pair of strong scissors too.
And here are my finished penguins! Aren’t they cute? The video showed how to paint a little heart on their stomachs, but I only painted this on one of my charms. I also painted two layers of glaze which makes them very shiny and seals in the paint nicely. I didn’t make all five penguin charms, however judging by the amount of clay I used for these two I expect there to be lots left over afterwards for other clay projects.
Once you get used to making these little charms you can even try other animals, like this panda! Of course the colour choices of clay are limited, but if you have other paints you can paint your charms any colour you like!
The glue in this kit is very strong! Be careful not to get any on your skin because I nearly glued my fingers together!
If you find your white clay gets dirty and dust covered then you can clean it with a cotton bud and some nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol. You can clean it before or after baking the clay.
If you still find the white clay is dirty, you can simply paint over it with the white paint included in the kit
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