Here’s four kawaii shops from our submissions folder that are new to us and we think you’ll love too. They even have special discounts and offers for you!
Miilkmoon is full of accessories with a kawaii/80’s pastel style designed and made by Aimee. You’ll find colourful acrylic keyrings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets, plus a few stickers and art prints. Use the code KAWAII15 for 15% off any order until the end of June. Currently shipping to UK, US & Australia.
MelodicMisa is run by Michelle who is a creator of all things cute! That includes enamel pins, keychains, stickers and art with lots of adorable chibi animals. Use the code MMTEN for 10% off any order until December 31st 2021. Ships worldwide.
Hello Monster (UK)
Hello Monster features Federica’s original kawaii characters, a candy monster, sad froggy and baby dragon. You’ll find them on pins, charms, phone holders, stickers and printable stationery. Use the code SCKAWAII20 for 20% off all items (excluding stickers) until July 30th 2021. Ships worldwide.
Make Happy Club Box (UK)
The Make Happy Club box is a new monthly subscription box from Ellbie Co. for everyone who loves embroidery and cross stitch. You get a cute exclusive project to stitch each month, including supplies, instructions and video tutorials. It’s also eco-friendly with no unnecessary packaging or extras and each box helps charities. Sign up now and look out for our review soon. Currently ships to the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and the Channel Islands.
Some of the shops previously featured still have offers running – you’ll find them on our Exclusive Discounts page.
Are you cute shop owner or maker? Why not submit your shop! Our submissions folder is currently very empty so you have a very good chance of being featured if we like your style. If you filled in the form a while ago and haven’t heard from us, you’re welcome to submit again and show us what’s new.
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.