I came across these Klutz craft kits on Amazon (UK / USA) recently and they look so much fun. They’re clearly aimed at kids but don’t let that put you off as it just means they’re affordable and great for beginners (or anyone needing a stress-free project at the moment). There’s loads of different kawaii crafts available so here’s a few favourites.
There’s quite a few sewing kits and these stitch and style pouches are so colourful with 20 designs featuring animals, food, monsters and more. There’s supplies for 7 pouches including zips to make the pouches more useful.
For a bigger project, how about sewing your own furry llama pillow? I think this looks really impressive for an easy DIY and you get to choose the accessories, including a flower crown, top hat or unicorn horn.
If you prefer clay crafts, this mini bake shop is adorable and includes all the air-dry clay, beads, glitter, paper decorations and tools to make a whole tiny bakery.
Or have a go at paper crafts with this miniature tiny camper kit. This looks very easy and would be an affordable way to get some confidence before you tackle a more complicated kit.
I really love these donut animals! They take me right back to the donut shops in Japan. One of my favourite features of these kits is that the pieces are pre-cut so you don’t need to deal with donut holes and tiny eyes. The supplies are pretty standard too so you can easily buy more once you’ve got the hang of it.
You can find Klutz craft kits on Amazon (UK / USA) and major toy stores worldwide. As well as the above, there’s kits for jewellery, stickers, pompoms, nail art, soap and lots more. Would you like us to try one out? Which one would be the most fun to see?
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.