Halloween is coming up fast so you’re running out of time to shop. Here’s a spooky round-up of kawaii discounts, offers and news from our super cute sponsors.
If you can’t go trick-or-treating, treat yourself! Kawaii Panda‘s new lucky bag. It’s filled with 11 pieces of Japanese Halloween candy for just €7.99. Get 10% off your first order by joining their mailing list.
As well as kawaii mystery boxes, Love Meow also have a shop full of cute cat-themed accessories. These handmade cat ears come in a few different colours, all with a bit of glitter. They’d be great for an easy cat costume if you don’t want to go full-on spooky.
Cakes With Faces
Get ready for Halloween with Battoos – temporary bat tattoos from Cakes With Faces! Cute bat designs, plus tiny bats and stars for a finishing touch. It’s just £4 for the whole set and they last for ages.
Make yourself a monster friend with a sewing pattern from DIY Fluffies. There are four different monsters to make including an amigurumi pattern from crocheters and you can save money with the 3, 5 & 10 pattern bundles.
Halloween doesn’t need to be scary – Cute Delight have some adorable puffy stickers that glow in the dark so you can add a cute ghostly glow to just about anything. They’re now shipping internationally too.
Asking For Trouble
And if money’s tight, you can still have a little ghost friend for Halloween as I’ve added some bargainous slightly flawed enamel pins to my Asking For Trouble shop. Or make your own Ghosts with my free paper craft tutorial.
Have you signed up to get the SCK Newsletter? The next one will be sent out on Halloween with our top posts of the month, crafty ideas, events and more!
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Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.