i’m just back from my summer holiday and made sure to work my way through the local ice cream flavours! You don’t need hot weather to enjoy a kawaii ice cream though – these shopping picks and DIYs will stay cute all year long.
Ricecream is the newest mini plush at Noodoll (UK) and how can you resist that face? As well as this classic British 99 vanilla cone, there are 4 more colourful flavours to choose from.
Yummy World’s Walter Waffle Cone (US) is an extra special plush as the ice cream scoop is removable so you can arrange it in 2 different ways.
I always love an animal/food mashup and LuxCups (US) has made the cutest Sherbird enamel pin to decorate your summer bag.
Or decorate your walls with a choice of 6 animal ice cream art prints by Abbey and Bear (UK). It’s so hard to choose a favourite but I do love that bumblebee.
Moving on to DIYs, Amiguruku has a free crochet pattern for an Ice Cream Monster Yeti! You can download it from Ravelry, or add it to a purchase from their Etsy shop – there’s 30% off everything today.
Noialand always designs the most kawaii felt sewing patterns and these ice cream dolls are adorable. Since it’s a digital download, you can choose your own colours to match your favourite flavours.
Polymer clay fans will want to try this new Ice-Cream Waffle Cones DIY by Creative Rachy. They really look good enough to eat.
Handmade Charlotte have a whole blog post full of easy ice cream crafts and activities to try including paper crafts, embroidery, candy and pom poms. These charms use shells for the cone but you could easily use some rolled up paper instead.
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.