I've featured Kawaii Box a couple of times on the blog before over the past couple of years and in that time they have become a firm favourite of mine when it comes to all things cute.
Kawaii Box contains a mix of items from Japan and Korea and features edible, fun and useful stationery items. I was recently sent another box to have a look through and I thought I would share it with you today, alongside a competition to win a box of your very own.
Most if not all Kawaii Boxes contain one of these great little make your own sweet sets, they are really fun to make. Although it can be a bit of a task working out exactly what you need to do, as they often don't feature English instructions.
This box also contained a little bag of grape flavoured sweets, which I popped open to east a I went through the rest of the box.
This box was quite stationery orientated which for me is great and I have most definitely been using most of it since it arrived. However it also included some fun little bits, including this cute little plush rabbit, which happens to be sat on my work side table at the moment looking after all my important pieces of paper.
Alongside the non-stationary items was a little bunch of what I assume is hair bands, which all feature a coloured heart on the elastic. I have to admit I don't think I will use them myself, but they have been added to a box to gift to someone else.
So onto the stationery items, starting off with this cute little click pencil, featuring a cupcake on the top and a little plastic cased notelet set, which is kept together by a pen to the side, perfect for popping your handbag for those moments you need a pad and paper quickly.
I thought this was a great novelty item, it is a secret pen, which allows you to write so no one can read it unless they have access to the special light. The set also included a little magnifying glass, so you could be extra safe and not only write in invisible ink but also really tiny letters and only those you want to read it will ever be able to.
Next up is two lots of stickers, I always love the stickers included in the Kawaii Box as they offer something different, and these ones are a mix of jewels and stickers that have little gems inside them, making a sticker duo.
A cute coin purse joins this line up which is just perfect for storing those extra Christmas pennies in and keeping them away from your usual budget. Last off is the dream and explore note book, which has probably so far been my most used item from this set.
Over all I think this is a great box and as always was such fun to unbox. The Kawaii Box comes in at $19.80 (around £16) for a recurring monthly subscription (which you can cancel at any time).
Of course back at the top of this post I mentioned about a giveaway and all you need to do to be in with a chance of winning, is follow the options on the rafflecopter below.