Noodoll have finally added all their new plushies and it was totally worth the wait!
My favourites are the bunny and bear mermaids, Ricebombshell and Ricesplash. They’re so cute and I love the pastel colours.
Having said that, I think my first purchase will have to be another friend from Ricetown Market to hang out with my pear and carrot. Ricebeet is just hilarious and I love the garlic too.
Some older characters have been given the luxe treatment with extra fluffy fur. How soft does Riceberg look?
If you’ve got any new babies to buy for, there are some very sweet mobiles and blankets available. I would quite happily use one of these as a rug too.
There’s lots more too so check out the Noodoll shop. I also really really recommend following Noodoll on Instagram and subscribing to their Noosletter as both are amazing.
It’s already the end of February, and you know what that means: it’s time for Easter! Easter is probably my favorite crafting holiday because that gives me a chance to go crazy with the bunnies and pastels.
This sweet bunny kit from BaarDuck is a cute option for anyone that enjoys needle felting. It’s a simple and relatively quick project, so great for beginners or crafters short on time.
Tiny Rabbit Hole’s amigurumi tamago bunny kit includes a digital pattern and all necessary supplies. This one is also beginner friendly, as it also has a low difficulty level. The fact that it’s egg-shaped makes it even more appropriate for Easter!
If you’re into traditional plush making, Mocha Creative’s good night rabbit doll kit uses precut fabric so that you don’t have to worry about patterns! How easy is that?
Want to try your hand at cross stitch? The Mr. Bunny Portrait kit by RedBear Design is an adorable place to start. If you have all the supplies you need, you can purchase the pattern separately.
Polly Chrome Crafts’ festive felt Easter egg friends garland kit would add a special touch to any holiday dinner! You even have the option to buy extra or pre-cut supplies.
Check out the Easter Crafts category for more DIY ideas including my no-sew Easter Bunny pencil case tutorial.
Rainbows feel so cheerful and positive so it’s great to have some around to lift your spirits. Here’s a few kawaii product picks to make your day more colourful.
This knitted rainbow pouf/footstool is certain to cheer you up every day with its happy face and bright colours. Designed by Michelle Romo of Crowded Teeth for The Land of Nod, it’s aimed at kids bedrooms but I think would be cute anywhere. Best of all, it’s on sale now for just over $20!
A Little Lovely Company have a whole section of cute rainbows including string lights and a money box but I really like this rainbow shelf. It’s so simple but would be great for displaying your favourite things.
This pastel rainbow crossbody bag from Skinnydip doesn’t seem very practical on first look but the description says there’s plenty of room inside. Either way, all that colour makes me very happy.
Rainbow socks? Don’t mind if I do. These are by Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes and the stripes would look really cute peeking out of the top of boots.
And finally, is there anything more kawaii than a glittery pastel rainbow enamel pin that says ‘kawaii’ in Japanese? I don’t think so. Robot Dance Battle have lots more colourful pins too so check them out if you’re collecting.
I love all the cute characters at Sugar Bunny Shop and noticed there are some fun new products in store. Let’s have a look!
These new tote bags can fit all your shopping but also fold and zip up really small. There’s five cute designs to choose from including Nyanpan, the melon bread cat.
The Puddle Bunnies are another favourite of mine and they’re now available as plushies! Look at that face. Both the white and panda plush are just $20.
There’s also lots of enamel pins for your collection. These Gamercat pins are designed to look like they’re hanging off you. I’m looking forward to reading the Gamercat comic from last year’s Kickstarter. If you missed out, I’m sure it will be available for everyone soon.
Time to find out who wins all that cute Shinzi Katoh fabric from Shugei Craft. And the winner is…
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