It’s only 10 days until the spookiest day of the year! If you still want to do some shopping, here’s some of my kawaii Halloween favourites from Etsy sellers. Do note that there are currently shipping delays so it’s not guaranteed these can arrive in time for next weekend, especially internationally.
Ey Up Chuck (UK) has some adorable ghost jewellery including pins, necklaces and earrings. There’s a few different options including iridescent!
If you’re quick, you can still grab one of these limited edition Halloween plushies from FUJIBEE (US). The ghost is already sold out but there’s a few pumpkins and bats left.
BizzieCo (US) has some of the cutest trinket dishes I’ve ever seen with plenty designs for Halloween. I’ve never even eaten candy corn but it might be my top choice.
Speaking of candy corn, Em & Sprout have some awesome Jack O Lantern striped socks using those colours. There’s loads more spooky stuff in their shop too.
I love the happy ghosts at So Cute Company (UK) who are not scary at all but like to stay at home. This Haunted Home sweatshirt is available in both black and pink and there’s other designs too.
puffychi (EU) has such a cute and colourful art style that matches perfectly with Animal Crossing’s Stitches for this sweet sticker sheet. The Halloween collection also includes designs with Pokemon and Kirby if that’s more your thing.
I think I’d be okay with this little magic kitty putting a spell on me! Get the sticker from Cheesewipz (US).
Little Lefty Lou (EU) has plenty of cute notepads that are perfect for spooky snail mail or journaling. Each pad has 50 pages so should keep you going until next Halloween.
You can add decoration with some pumpkins washi tape by Helen Bucher (EU), which has gold foil details.
And if you’re only here for the candy – or have to work on Halloween! – Sparkle Collective (CAN) has the perfect enamel pin for you.
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.