Trinket dishes are great if you’d like to store your favourite jewellery in a neat and cute way. The following picks would also make a nice gift for jewellery lovers!
The Oh K! trinket tray comes with a kawaii kitty that can hold many rings on its tail. It’s available at PrezzyBox and Asos.
At Anthropologie you can find a nice selection of jewellery stands and other ceramics. The trinket dishes from Marta Turowska offer plenty of room to hold your favourite pieces.
This handpainted 5 scoops of ice cream dish at MIMA Workshop is perfect if you have a sweet tooth. It will help you to organise your jewellery in a simple way.
Herbie the Happy Heart loves loose change, earrings, and flair. You can find this sweet dish at ban.do and the Boomerang Boutique.
A trinket dish is also quite easy to make yourself. All you need is a small dish, ceramic or plastic (spray-painted) figurine, glue and paint or markers. You can find plenty of ideas online, such as this DIY jewellery dish from A Little Too Free.
Last Sunday I was back at Hyper Japan for the second time this year! The thing I like best about Hyper Japan is that it features all different aspects of Japan including art, music and culture plus it’s a good opportunity to pick up a few kawaii Christmas gifts.
I arrived at 12 so lunch was my first priority. There were lots of yummy food stalls to choose from and chose the wild mushroom bao and pretty rose bubble tea.
After lunch, I headed straight for the Artbox stand to take a selfie at the beach area and bag myself the Gudetama balloon I missed out on at Comic Con.
I visited the extremely popular Tofu Cute stand to check out their super kawaii Christmas tree and it was just adorable! I also got an amazing kitty microwave from one of the gashapon outside.
There were plenty of kawaii stalls downstairs where I picked up a cute octopus brooch from Jazzy Menagerie and stopped by the Fuzzballs stall to have a look at their awesome new plushies which come with magnetic food!
The culture section featured some wonderful items including ornaments made from vintage kimono, calligraphy and ceramic art.
It was nearly time for the needle felting workshop but I managed to grab a delicious cookies & cream waffle and caught the end of The Tomboys set which was so energetic and fun!
I really enjoyed needle felting even though my star didn’t quite turn out as planned! It’s still pretty cute and is like to give it a try again sometime.
Thank you Hyper Japan for another fun event! The next one is in July 2017.
Chebeto have some great offers on plush toy patterns with 3 for $24, 5 for $35 and 10 for $65! They’re digital so there’s still time to make everyone a cute handmade gift for Christmas.
The How to Make Sushi Comic Book Gift Set from Cakes with Faces makes a great gift for Japanese food fans. It’s a cute comic book that’s also a recipe for sushi, with lots of cute characters, and it comes with a rolling mat and two pairs of chopsticks for only £6.50.
Kawaii Depot have lots of cute new San-X stationery in store including this adorable folding memo pad set with Sumikko Gurashi at school! Get 10% off a $10+ order with the code KDSS-10 or 15% off a $50+ order with the code 15PER.
Yozo Craft have some super cute new stickers in stock including these cats full of cats! Every order earns points to spend on future orders too.
The YumeTwins subscription box has just had a Grand Renewal, which means a new website, redesigned box and bigger and better items! New subscribers can get up to $60 off a subscription so it’s a great chance to buy, or leave around as a hint for Christmas.
Bunny & Panda also have a new look for Christmas – they’ve been made into snowmen! You can buy badges and cards in my Asking for Trouble shop plus there’s a free desktop and mobile wallpapers on my blog.
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