Hello from the Netherlands and a virtual hug if you need one. I’m not sure how the Coronavirus/COVID-19 is being kept at bay in your country, but I hope you are well. The current situation over here is that schools and restaurants will be closed for the next couple of weeks. People are advised to work from home. To be honest this doesn’t change much for me, being a self-employed introvert. But the uncertain times and the panic-shopping from certain people did work on my nerves.
What helped me was journaling about this situation. I wrote down the precautions and my concerns for family members. Because humor offers relief, I included a tiny toilet paper sticker and wrinkled paper. Somehow people started to stock up on loads of toilet paper. No one has got a clue why that happens. It’s not like toilet paper has got a lot of nutritional value ;)
Free Cute Coronavirus Printable Stickers
I was thinking that not everyone might have access to toilet paper stickers. That’s how the idea for this sticker-sheet came up. On the sheet you’ll also find two list stickers, which you can use to write down anything that’s in your heart. You could write down a self-care routine or a to-do list for the extra time indoors. For instance I started decluttering certain rooms and I’m learning to make vector drawings, such as on this sticker sheet.
You can download the cute corona stickers here. Print it on an A4 sheet of either sticker paper, or regular paper that you can glue down. They are free for personal use. We’d love to see your creations on Instagram – tag @sckawaii and use the hashtag #supercutekawaii
Extra journaling ideas
Plant Based Bride has released a nice video about a 2020 bucket list spread. I can also recommend the Kawaii Journaling group for inspiration. If you are not on Facebook, you can still download their Kawaii Journaling prompts here.
A note from Marceline & The SCK Team: we’ll be doing our best to carry on as normal at SCK and keep the cute content coming to cheer you all up. If there are any types of posts that would be helpful for you at this time, please do leave a comment below. We’re already planning to share more activities, crafts, free downloads and small artists/makers that need support.
Natasja‘s love for kawaii things was sparked by Sanrio characters and Candy Candy in her youth. Natasja lives in the Netherlands with her husband and works as a freelance web designer. She likes to spend her free time browsing for cute stuff, blogging and reading.