After featuring a few Gudetama crafts in the post on the Heekkong YouTube channel, I’ve been on the look-out for more options from other great creators. Here are a few of my favorites that I’ve collected so far!
If you missed it, or don’t subscribe to kawaiisweetworld, she recently posted a Gudetama cake pop how-to that’s both tasty and super cute! What could be more fun than making something that’s also edible? Although they might be too cute to eat…
For fashion accessories, you can’t get much cuter than the Gudetama backpack by Time to DIY. It requires very few supplies and just basic sewing skills, which is great if you’re just starting out or are on a budget.
There are a few cute amigurumi options out there for this character, but the Gudetama pattern from Stuff Susie Made also shows you how to crochet a bacon blanket! There are video clips to help you along through the process as a bonus. If you complete this project and find yourself in need of even more Gudetama amigurumi goodness, she’s also got a cute sunny-side up Gudetama pattern to make.
Minicuteclub has a cute tutorial on how to make a simple squishy Gudetama phone case. Her voiceovers are in Japanese, but her English subs are easy to understand.
And for the polymer clay artist, I highly recommend the Gudetama figurine DIY from TheCraftMaiden. The footage is high quality and thorough, with all materials listed in the description. I really love the extra detail of the realistic shell ‘cap’ he’s wearing!
Don’t forget to browse the rest of our DIY Crafts section for Gudetama and other character makes!
Pastel dreams are made of these…I love mixing in pink and lilac elements into my spooky cute wardrobe for a pop of fun. Here are some things that will add a pop of candy coated color into your spooky cute wardrobe.
Stargaze without straining your neck by wearing this awesome galaxy shirt by Starchaser Clothing.
Kitty boots that happen to be sweet and tough at the same time make my heart purr like a giant cat!
If you can’t make it this weekend, there will also be a Pusheen Takeover event at ARTBOX’s Covent Garden store on 2nd-3rd June with different freebies and offers. Keep an eye on their Facebook or Instagram for updates.
And if you’re nowhere near London, you can still join in – follow ARTBOX for a chance to win enamel pins and more!
Congratulations to Sanne, who picked the deer plushie as her favourite item (as well as the unicorn!). Check your inbox for how to claim your prize, or email us.
If you weren’t lucky this time, Blitzy’s Crafts have a discount code for you! Get 20% off your order with the code UNICORN2018 until 3rd June 2018. Please note that discounted orders cannot include pre-order items or A Little Lovely Company branded products. If your order includes any of these items, it will be cancelled.
Check back in a few hours for a new post and look out for another cute giveaway next week.
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.