The Ultimate Planner Sale starts today and continues through Sunday 16th with lots of cute artists and designers taking part. If you love journaling or collecting kawaii stationery, it’s well worth checking out as there are big discounts and free gifts. Here’s 6 cute shops to start you off – check their links for the individual offer details and any codes required.
HappyDAYA Stickers (TH)
HappyDAYA is a regular at this sale and I got so many cute freebies with my order last year. They have a huge selection of adorable themed kits and sets for specific planners plus individual stickers, sheets and washi tape. 20% off + freebies. Shop | Instagram
SumLilThings create original designs based around their lil’ Misfits characters. You can find them on a massive range of journaling kits, stickers, stationery and washi tape plus apparel, accessories, bags and even plushies. 20% off + freebies. Shop | Instagram
Hello Happiness Co (US)
Hello Happiness Co is a range of cute and useful planner stickers designed by Emani. That includes weekly kits, trackers, dividers, quotes and a collection for Muslims. 35% off + freebies. Shop | Instagram
Paperaica Shop (PH)
PaperaicaShop is run by Jamaica who has a lovely cosy and painterly illustration style. There’s so much to choose from including all kinds of stickers, washi tape, tote bags, mugs and more. 15% off + freebies. Shop | Instagram
Sprouted Paper Co (CAN)
Sprouted Paper Co is full of little hand drawn kawaii characters that are sure to cute up your life. There’s themed planner stickers and weekly kits to keep you organised plus washi tape, bookmarks and more. 20% off + freebies. Shop | Instagram
A Little Dream Shop (EU)
A Little Dream Shop is the work of Marika in Italy who creates dreamy designs featuring bunny and panda characters. You can find them on stickers, planner kits, washi tape, charms and lots more. 45% off + freebies. Shop | Instagram
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.