The enamel pins trend is still as popular as ever and it’s not too late to start a collection – see our ideas for displaying your pins.
Here’s what my collection looks like now (click the image on mobile to open in Instagram for maker tags) and below are a few more of my current favourites and recent purchases.
As previously mentioned, I love Easter so had to pick up The Pink Samurai’s two new pins – an Easter kitten in an egg and a lucky dip jelly bean cat with bunny ears! Fingers crossed for the glittery one.
Also piling on the glitter is KiraKiraDoodles with her happy sparkly shooting star pins. They might even make your wishes come true!
It’s almost a year since my last visit to Japan but I can relive some happy memories with my new Japan pin from Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes.
Halloween is a while away yet but I can never resist a cute ghost so this 8-bit pixel ghost by Precious Bbyz might be next on my shopping list.
And finally, bunnies! Sparkle Collective is well known for her cute cats and it’s great to see her branching out into other animals too. This herbivore bunny would make a great gift for a new vegetarian or vegan.
What’s on your pin wish list?
If you’re looking for a cute craft project, you need to check out Choly Knight’s Free Pattern Fridays on her blog Sew Desu Ne? You’ll find everything from bags to hair accessories but cutest of all are the plush patterns.
Since they’re free, she can play with all our favourite kawaii characters and I especially love these recent Totoro plushies. They’re so round and cuddly and can be sewn at any size or colour.
If you’re a Pokemon fan, try these amazing Eevee coin purses! The pattern includes instructions for all nine evolutions so you can make your favourite. You could even scale up the pattern and make a set of pillows.
Check out the Sew Desu Ne? blog for even more patterns, plus you can buy finished items on Etsy like these sweet animal cupcakes!
Time to find out who wins all those cute stickers from NerdyCute. And the winner is…
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If you weren’t lucky this time, you can still pick up lots of nerdy, science-inspired stationery, stickers, planners and more at the NerdyCute online shop.
Check back in few hours for a new post and don’t forget to enter our Moomin colouring book giveaway.
If you are looking for some original sticker sets, Etsy is the place to go. There are many creators who come up with their own cute characters. I’ve made a selection of the most kawaii stickers sets out there (^_^).
Afternoon Fika has made a sticker set that deep sea enthusiasts will love. These stickers are original and have been carefully handcut as well.
If you’re more into forest animals, you might want to have a look at this sticker set by Nina Stajner. How cute are her subtle illustrations?
At Dix Productions you’ll find plenty of kawaii designs, including this sticker set of pastel coloured narwhals.
Hungry for more? How about a set of 20 handmade yummy breakfast stickers from Peppermint Pop UK.
And if you’re also a fan of the Japanese culture, this kawaii Japan sticker set might be right up your alley! It’s been created by Marceline who’s not only the editor of Super Cute Kawaii, but also makes many cute designs as Asking For Trouble.
As is traditional on SCK, Easter Monday shall be celebrated with the cutest bunnies I can find!
Tofu Cute recently added some strawberry Pocky in bunny packaging and I had to get some. The packaging is so adorable and you can poke out the eyeholes to see a different expression underneath! Check out the Easter pudding flavour Giant Pocky too.
Yoyo The Ricecorpse has started making one of a kind bunnies again. I love mine and they all have different expressions. They’re sold out at the moment, but keep an eye on Instagram for the next batch and there’s plenty other bunny goodies in store.
There are lots of cute bunny enamel pins at Mimosa Studio but obviously the astronaut is my favourite. Plenty bargains on flawed pins too if you’re looking to boost your collection.
I love bunnies and onigiri so these sew-on patches by FrillyPops are on my wishlist! They also come in Sakura mochi flavour.
And finally, even Hello Kitty wants to be a bunny and she’s looking very cute in her bunny hood and flower dress.
Happy bunny day!