I still enjoy playing Pokemon Go and love seeing all the cute new products from the Pokemon Center in Japan. I’ll be able to shop in person later this year but it’s still hard to resist sometimes.
I’m especially smitten with the Pokemon Dolls range, which make the characters look like extra-cute plush dolls. Why is this cuter than a regular plush? I don’t know but it just is!
I had to give in and order one of these Pikachu mascot figures, which look just like the human-sized mascots you might meet in Japan. If you’ve always wanted to visit the Pikachu Outbreak events in Yokohama, this lets you have a tiny piece of that at home. It’s a blind box series but I’ll be happy with any of them – hoping for Dittochu though.
Whether you use your desk for work/studying or fun crafts, some kawaii desk accessories can help keep your things organised and yourself motivated. Here’s a few cute ones to buy or make.
These might be the cutest storage units I’ve ever seen! The bottom part is a drawer for your important items and the top part is a comfy bed for a sleepy plush. The plush and bedding are both removable so you can use the top part too, or hide secret things under the mattress! ARTBOX have both Pompompurin and Cinnamoroll versions in stock.
If you have a lot of small items to keep track of, Paper Kawaii shows you how to make a range of origami boxes that you can arrange into a custom desk organiser. The best part is that you only need some paper so you can choose your favourite colours or cute patterns.
Keep losing your phone under a pile of papers? Give it a comfy place to rest on this mini sofa phone stand complete with a cat! Designed by Decole, it can hold your phone horizontally and vertically, so great for some entertainment while you work. Tokyo Otaku Mode only have a few left in stock so hurry if you want one.
Solar powered desk toys are a fun way to add some cute to your desk and don’t use up batteries or electricity. Modes4u have a range of kawaii bobbleheads including pandas, lucky cats, owls and some adorable dessert bears. They’re affordable too, with most under £10.
Pencil pots are always useful and there’s loads of cute, easy DIYs around. Red Ted Art have quite a few tutorials that use simple household items like tin cans, bottles and cardboard boxes. These fruity friends would be perfect for summer.
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Despite the very summer-like weather we’ve been experiencing here, I am still firmly in spring mode and reveling in all its pastel, bunny-themed glory. Since there’s still a month before it’s officially summer, I thought it time to fit in some favorite DIYs featuring my favorite bun, Molang! There are plenty of cute tutorials around of the character, but here are some of my favorites.
Molang is a chubby bunny after all, so he’s unsurprisingly depicted most of the time with food or desserts. And since he’s quite round, Funkypinkgal’s Molang dango polymer clay charm tutorial is adorably fitting.
If you’re into squishy making, justcraft’s Molang in a donut squishy is another cute Molang-in-food craft. He is shaped rather like a donut hole, I suppose?
2 Cats & 1 Doll has a video on a basic sock plush project that’s great for beginners or simple and time efficient for non-beginners. I love the concept of sock plushes since they use something that is already owned or highly accessible to most people!
It feels like it’s been forever since I made a needlefelt project, so I’ve decided to follow Pufftique’s video to make my own needlefelt Molang. If you have a little freehand needlefelt experience, it’s also a great idea to make his buddy Piu Piu!
And of course, this list would be incomplete without featuring AmiguruMEI’s free Molang amigurumi plush pattern. It’s a more basic pattern as far as amigurumi goes, so if you’re still new to it, it’s a good option.
Tag @sckawaii if you make and post any DIYs featured here! And whether you’re stuck in spring or looking forward to summer, check out the Things to Make section for more seasonal crafts.
Hearts aren’t just for Valentine’s Day and romance – these kawaii accessories will add a touch of cute to any day, however you’re feeling.
If times are tough, or your heart has been making bad decisions, this stupid heart enamel pin by Pon Cervantes is the one for you! despite the bruises, it’s still staying positive.
Add some yay to your outfit with these colourful candy heart earrings by Toni Bee. I love the packaging.
I always have a soft spot for sad kawaii characters, especially when they’re this fluffy! Grab a sad ain’t bad heart patch from peychi to sew on to your jacket or bag to cheer you up on gloomy days.
Feeling flirty? A kawaii winking heart plush keychain from Ugly Plants will be your partner in crime. It’s made to order so you can choose colours and optional pompom (why would you not have a pompom?!)
Does your heart belong to pizza? These phone straps and necklaces split in two so you can share the love with your best pizza pal!