It will be Easter before you know it, but the good news is you still have time to fit in a few crafts for the holiday! Here are my favorite free patterns and DIYs that I’ve found this year. Most of them are simple, so they will also work well if you find yourself in a time crunch right before Easter.
Flamingo Toes has a tutorial on how to make a sweet mixed media Easter bunny mason jar that caught my eye. This would make such a cute centerpiece for Easter dinner, but it could also double up as a desk decoration all season long!
If you’re looking for ideas to add to your Easter baskets or gifts, the same blog also has a post showing you how to sew roly poly fabric Easter bunnies. It doesn’t require many supplies and works well for a quick sewing project.
Another simple sewing project is the tiny felt bunny pocket critter by Swoodson Says. These could be made in a rainbow of colors and would be cute tucked into a pocket or turned into a brooch. There are also other adorable animal patterns to go with the bunny, which you can purchase.
Enjoy amigurumi? All About Ami has the perfect spring bunny crochet plush pattern to make for yourself or to give as a gift for the occasion. I really love how you can customize the plush, including the ears. I fully support more lop-eared bunny representation!
The origami bunny by Paper Kawaii could be used to spruce up your dinner table in a festive way without too much fuss. Just make several in different pastel colors and place them about.
If you love to sew, Spoonflower have a huge range of kawaii sushi fabric, thanks to a recent contest. This sushi pattern by khaus is my favourite! Spoonflower print the designs on lots of different fabric types so you could make something fun for the kitchen like an apron or a tea towel.
Hamster onigiri! These stickers from Indigo Lark make me laugh so much, especially the chubby one in the hamster wheel. You get 45 stickers for £2.50 and they ship from the UK.
These might be the cutest onigiri I’ve ever seen! They’re handmade by Ciali in Kawaiiland and can be used as phone straps or planner charms.
If you like to make sushi at home, Fuzzballs have some cute new glass chopping boards. This tiger design would would be perfect and comes on matching coasters and stickers too.
It’s giveaway time again! This time it’s with Fun.com who sell a wide range of pop culture gifts, toys and costumes.
One lucky winner will receive a kawaii kigurumi of their choice from the full range at Fun.com. There’s lots of animals and characters to choose from including Disney, Winnie the Pooh, unicorns, sloths and more. Kigurumi are great for easy cosplay and Halloween costumes or just for lounging around the house.
If you weren’t lucky this time, you can still shop all the kawaii stationery, plush, squishies and more at Cute Delight. SCK readers get 15% off all orders until the end of March – just use the code SCK15 at checkout.
Check back in a few hours for a very fun new giveaway…!
Spring is the season to bring some bright and cheery decorations into your home. One of the easiest ways to do so, is by adding a couple of kawaii cushions to your couch or bed. Here are some ideas to do just that.
Recently ARTBOX has added the sweetest plush Pusheen cushions to their collection. To be honest I don’t know which one to pick, they all look equally cute. It’s a close call between the sitting up waving Pusheen and this donut Pusheen cushion.
Pote USA Loppy from Amuse is now available as a large cushion! The floppy ears look super cute and you could even use this cushion for a quick nap.
This Cuddlebug bee cushion is currently resting on my couch. The filling consist of polystyrene microbeads which makes it very soft. Actually I can’t stop squeezing it. Sadly at the moment it’s only available in the Netherlands. But I hope it will find its way worldwide soon.
A good place to look for affordable cushions is at the home department of shops such as H&M and Primark. I think this H&M bunny pillow cover would brighten up any couch or bed.