Ah, really should have posted this AGES ago, like…maybe back in January when it arrived but like I sometimes say, better late than never! I present to the December Kawaii Box which arrived in January and is getting posted about in March!
As usual, there was plenty of very cute stuff in the box. I quite liked the cute purse which is now being used to store my homemade stamps in and of course I needed a facecloth rolled up to look like a lollipop. One of my favourite things from the December box though was this cute little owl notebook and pen set. I mean seriously, how adorable is that!
Other favourites from the December box include a pen with a cat on it (which is a nice enough pen to write with), a set of stickers featuring chubby animals, and a roll of tape. In the list of items it said it was washi tape but it’s actually fabric tape – you have to peel off the underside to reveal the sticky tape.
Overall, it was an alright box. I’m building up a selection of phone charms which, while cute, I don’t really need and I’m not sure what to do the nail stuff because I don’t bother doing anything with my nails…also, to be honest the fake nails look like they’d be to small for mine. I must admit that I much preferred the November box…which I got in December.
The November box contained this utterly adorable desktop calendar which I now have in my craft room and a really cute pen in the shape of a boot (which also happens to be once of the nicest pens I have to write with!). There was also a really cute Christmas card, a set of mini highlighters and a drawstring pouch – which I sadly forgot to photograph but trust me, it was lovely. I used the pouch to wrap up my friends Christmas present.
Sadly, the December Kawaii Box was my last box, for now at least. I had to cancel my order because I’m trying this spending as little money as possible thing and the box was €17 a month. Maybe if I come across a suitcase filled with money I’ll be able to subscribe again because I really did enjoy this subscription box arriving at my door and brightening up my day with its selection of kawaii goodies. Alas, I do need to save my money though.