Here’s a few of my cutest finds from the SCK submissions folder including some exclusive discounts!
Japanese furoshiki fabric is incredibly useful for wrapping gifts, carrying your lunch or just for decorating. Kyoto Collection have a big selection including lots of cute cat designs. There’s one for every season and holiday, and at just $8 each you can afford to get a few. If you’re a crafty type, you could easily turn a couple of them into a cute pillow.
Ever felt jealous of an octopus? You might already be familiar with Sugarhai’s cute characters as we’ve featured them in a couple of Zazzle posts in the past. They also have an Etsy shop with a colourful range of t-shirts, tanks and cropped tops. If you like something, SCK readers can get $5 off any order with the code 5OFF4U until Monday.
If you’re looking for a cute and easy craft project, Ellbie Co. have a fun range of affordable pinata kits! You can choose from pineapple, strawberry, watermelon, lemon and pear, or why not make them all! Use the code Makersgonnamake23 for 25% off your order.
If you love stickers, you need to check out BeagleCakesArt as they have so many cute ones, all made from their original illustrations. There’s some great themed sets for planners and calendars plus washi tape, badges, postcards and more. SCK readers can get 10% off all orders until August 15th with the code BCakes10.
And finally, Rosemarine is a new shop from French illustrator Marine, full of cute characters on brooches, necklaces, cards and prints. Use the code SCKFANS20 to get 20% off any order of 20€ or more until September 30th.
Are you cute shop owner or maker? Why not submit your shop and we might feature you next time!
If you’re starting a collection of kawaii enamel pins, or looking for more, here’s some super cute ones I’ve spotted recently.
I love ghosts and cake so it was impossible for me to resist these birthday ghost pins by Studio Vcky. I can’t wait for him to arrive and join the rest of my ghosts!
boygirlparty have added so many cute animal pins lately. I almost featured the narwhal but this keyboard playing cat is too good.
Just a cute little bottle of ramune by Candy Corpse. How happy is that marble?
It’s a sloth eating a watermelon – what more do you need out of life. This is by Shop Zoki who also have a sloth hugging a cactus coming soon.
I had my first bubble tea at Hyper Japan so I’m loving these kitty bubble tea pins at the ever-reliable Em & Sprout. Which is your favourite flavour?
While it’s great to see all the big name kawaii brands and shops at Hyper Japan, I also loved being able to check out stalls by independent makers and shops. Here’s a few of our favourites that you can buy from online too.
LoveJojo‘s wall of giant Amuse plush was one of the cutest sights at Hyper Japan with koalas, hamsters and puppies alongside the more familiar Alpacasso and Loppy bunnies. They only sell authentic plush so it’s a great place to shop for UK Amuse fans – they have all prices and sizes to suit your budget plus some kawaii stationery and lucky bags too.
The Fuzzballs stall was so busy I didn’t get a chance to chat but they had lots of cute new things! Most exciting are these super kawaii skater dresses, which are online now. There was also a huge new range of notepads and mini memo pads, as well as the mugs and travel passes we reviewed recently.
Cherry Abuku‘s plush were irresistible and it was hard not to pick them all up and squeeze them! Hyper Japan seems to have cleaned them out but keep an eye on their Etsy shop for new additions soon.
I love a shop with a theme and kawaii pandas is a great one! Suki Panda is wall to wall panda cuteness and I especially loved the fluffy baseball hats. They’re working hard on a web shop now so follow their Facebook page for updates on that.
There was a magical theme to Box Monster‘s stall with cute Alice in Wonderland, unicorn and Ghibli themed products. Check out their shop for pins, tote bags, prints, plush and more.
And finally, a little piece of rainbow kawaii from Frilly Pops. As well as these cute stickers, their Etsy shop has patches, enamel pins and some super sweet pompom charms.
I hope you’ve discovered something new to love. Big thanks to all the kawaii stall holders we chatted to at Hyper Japan – hope to see you again sometime soon! You can see all our Hyper Japan photos in the Facebook album below.
SCK at Hyper Japan Summer 2017
Posted by Super Cute Kawaii! on Sunday, 16 July 2017
Whether you fancy yourself a crafter or not, it’s always fun to find cute new craft accounts to follow. I’m always on the lookout for new works to inspire myself, especially when I’m in an artistic rut. Fortunately, Instagram is the ideal place for discovering new creative content. That being said, I just recently went on a massive IG following spree, so today I’d like to share with you 5 of my current favorites!
Milkybon posts both resin and clay creations, so her feed has a great variety to browse through. I always find her unique pieces and pretty choice of color palettes very inspiring to look at!
Saori (saori_surunnuage) is very popular in the Japanese craft community for her undeniably cute and original needle felt accessories, and it isn’t hard to see why. She also makes and shares resin creations on her account.
Hamarin115’s feed features lots of kawaii bead embroidered jewelry and accessories. She is one of my all-time favorite creators on IG. I honestly could stare at the pastel colors all day. It’s complete eye candy!
Vivian (mintookie) posts the absolute cutest amigurumi projects! I love how creative she is with her takes on various characters (look at all the dangos!), and I’m also a huge fan of her tiny little amigurumi plushes.
Twin sisters Chiselu and Masayoshi share chicchi_chimi, where they post their cute embroidery creations. I love the mori kei vibe of their feed, and one of my lifetime goals is to be as talented with embroidery as they are!
Let us know in the comments if you have any favorite craft accounts on Instagram. If you’d like to see more social media recommendations in the future, be sure to subscribe to our mailing list!
Cats big or small – I like them all. From the wild ones that you see on nature shows to the ones that share the bed with you ate night, cats are magical no matter what their size is.
How about a tiny but mighty palm sized tiger or two? Strapya World have both tiger and white tiger.
Careful It Bites has some of the fluffiest cat plushies around. Gotta pet them all!
Lions, tigers or a bear dressed up as one! Find this Rilakkuma tiger plush at JapanLA.
Bring out the big cat in your little cat with this lion costume by Pampered Whiskers.
Don’t lose you place and roar with fright! Keep tabs on your notes with these lion sticky memos at Kawaii Depot.