Us poor Pusheen fans in the UK have had a hard time getting our hands on plushies and merch without paying huge shipping fees and crazy customs duties. Thankfully, there are more UK stores stocking Pusheen now, plus we get some exclusive products too.
Claire’s is on every High Street and now has a small range of Pusheen items including stationery, phone cases, a mug and this cool backpack.
Marks & Spencer is not a place I expect to find kawaii, but they have some super cute Pusheen stationery and a few sets of pyjamas that would fit smaller adults too. My mum spotted Pusheen socks too but they don’t seem to be online.
ASOS have some exclusive Pusheen stationery available if you want to be the coolest at school (or at home).
TruffleShuffle have tons of stuff I haven’t seen anywhere else including t-shirts, bags, stationery, egg cups, chopping boards and hot water bottles!
And you can always rely on Artbox to stock all the kawaii Pusheen plush including coin purses and pencil cases, plus tons of cards for every occasion.
Some of these stores ship internationally too so Pusheen fans worldwide can add to their collections.
Colouring books are becoming ever more popular and we all need some time to relax. I’ve found some of the most kawaii options on Amazon.
A whole colouring book of kawaii alpacas? Count me in.
With a million cats to colour, this should keep the biggest cat fan busy for a while!
Colouring in unicorns will give you plenty excuses to use those glitter and pastel pens.
This Moomins book has original illustrations to colour in as well as quotes of Moomin wisdom.
And finally, the Robots Guide to Love isn’t just a colouring book but is also full of romantic advice!
Time for a new giveaway with Chebeto who design and make cute plush toys, patterns and kits.
One lucky winner will receive a cute hermit crab 9″ plush toy, handmade by Chebeto. Hermie the Crab is finishing up his travels for the summer. He loves exploring new places, so it’s super convenient that his house is on his back! His next stop on his journey is your house!
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Pamela Barbieri offers some of her most kawaii illustrations for sale on Society6. You can find her prints on stationery, apparel, kitchenware, home goods and much more. I’ve made a selection of my favourite items, but do have a look at her shop for more cute prints.
These kawaii space friends are hard to resist!
The space pattern is also very cute, I would love to have it on a (travel) mug.
Pamela sells some art prints as well and my favourite one is this Milkshake girl. Her Sailor Moon and Pokefriends prints are also worth checking out and Society6 often have free worldwide shipping offers so look out for those.
Hop over to Society6 and Tumblr to follow Pamela’s work.
While I was browsing around on AmazonGlobal, I stumbled across an adorable book with bunnies and ice cream on the cover that I couldn’t resist getting for myself.
It’s called Fushigi no Mofumofu Cafe (which translates as something like ‘fluffy cafe in wonderland’) by Lilac (らいらっく) and features illustrations of bunnies (and the occasional bird and dog) relaxing in all kinds of delicious food. It’s pretty thick for a comic with 93 pages and every illustration is cuter than the last!
It’s split into a few sections: Western cuisine, Japanese cuisine, fast food and sweets. It’s so hard to pick out some favourites to show you as it’s all too kawaii.
The sweets is definitely my favourite section though, and the biggest too. It’s got everything from pastries and crepes to parfaits and cakes! Some bakery could make a fortune replicating these. There’s also some pages with daily menus for the week which I would like to sign up for by delivery service.
I’m so glad I got this – it’s completely adorable and I know I’ll be delighted all over again every time I come across it on my bookshelf. If you love bunnies, Japanese food and illustration, this is a must buy.
It’s available through AmazonGlobal for around £10/$13 along with another volume that I will have to add to my wish list. You can also get it from YesAsia for a higher price. Lilac also has a website which is packed full of even more cute illustrations.