Here’s a few of my cutest finds from the SCK submissions folder, all with exclusive discounts!
If you love animals and enamel pins, you need to check out Pin Affinity. They work with independent artists including Natelle Draws Stuff, mochichito and Luxcups to create exclusive pins. Each pin is usually $10 but SCK readers can get 15% off any order with the code KAWAII.
Kio Cards have a super cute collection of cards for every occasion – plus prints too. You’ll find lots of popular trends including unicorns, cats and inspirational quotes. Some cards can be personalised and others are completely handmade. Get 15% off everything in store with the code SCK15 (1 use per customer, expires 30th April)
Love colouring? Lady Lucas has a new colouring book for vegans (or anyone who loves veggies). It’s got a cute bunny on the front and 20 pages of colouring fun inside! You even get bonus pages with activities and wall art. It’s a digital PDF so you can print it on your favourite paper or try colouring the same page with different materials. Get 15% off the whole range of colouring books and more with the code SUPERCUTE (expires 20th May)
A Taneko is an adorable mix of cat and octopus, which makes it an octo-puss! These handmade plushies come in all kinds of cute ‘flavours’ from pastel fruits to cakes plus colour schemes inspired by unicorns, Pokemon and Sailor Moon. You’ll also find some cat loafs, pastry penguins and plush desserts. SCK readers can get a free 5×5″ art print with any order – just type SUPERCUTEKAWAII in the message box at checkout (offer expires April 30th).
If you love looking at tiny tiny things, you’ll love these handmade miniatures by the Littlest Sweet Shop. Dollhouse miniatures are often quite traditional but these are very colourful and kawaii with sweets, cakes and snack food. I love this recreation of the 7 flavour ice creams at Nakano Broadway in Tokyo! They’ve never offered a discount before but SCK readers get 15% off orders over £10 with the code SCK15 (expires April 9th).
Are you cute shop owner or maker? Why not submit your shop and we might feature you next time!
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.