We’re obviously big fans of Etsy here as it’s such a great place to discover new kawaii artists & makers and shop with old favourites. Etsy invited us to tell you more about their lists feature so I’ll do that and share some kawaii picks from my own lists.
If you shop regularly on Etsy, you’ll know that on every product image, there’s a heart that you can click to add it to your favourites. But when you click it, you’ll also see the option to Add to List. You can create as many lists as you like and find them all on your profile and Favourites page. Lists work in a similar way to Pinterest boards or Instagram Saved collections but products can be in multiple lists so you can have lists for everything from home decor and pets to craft supplies and Halloween. You can even make some lists private, which is especially useful for gift ideas or one of a kind products. Here’s a guide with more information and here’s my page with all my lists, including the following.
Things To Make
There’s never enough time for all the crafts I’d like to try so Etsy Favourites are a great way for me to remember kits, patterns, books and supplies for my next project, or to share here on SCK. See all my Things To Make picks >>
Zines & Comics
I have a massive collection of zines, especially about Japan, and would easily spend all my money on more. Instead I favourite them and allow myself to buy a few every so often. Whether you’re interested in art, video games or comics, I’m sure you’ll find something interesting on my list. See all my Zines & Comics picks >>
My Easter Bunny Monday post didn’t include any Etsy shops and that’s because I made you a list instead! Bunnies are my favourite animal and there’s loads of cute picks here for any other rabbit fans reading this. See all my Kawaii Bunny picks >>
I’m also a massive space nerd, and luckily lots of Etsy shop owners are too, so I never run out of cute and cool things for my wish list. See all my Space picks >>
I hope you’ll give Etsy Lists a try. You can also follow me on Etsy to see what new things I’m favouriting, and browse through the massive list of kawaii shops I’ve favourited since I joined in 2007!
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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.