☆ Kawaii Box Review & Giveaway (Closed) ☆

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The Kawaii Box folks kindly sent me the October edition of the Kawaii Box to try out, and I am also hosting a competition with them so you can win a Kawaii Box too (check out the bottom end of this post for details). So first of all, here's a list of the items inside the October box:
  1. Meiji DIY Sushi-Bar Gummies
  2. Animal Sticker Sheet
  3. Neko Emoji Mini Mini Pouch
  4. Jewelry Seal Deco Stickers
  5. Popcorn Rolling Stamp Set
  6. Heart Shaped Nail Flakes
  7. Unchi-Kun Poop Lollipop
  8. Pattern Envelope Set
  9. Finger Family Monster Pouch
  10. Lollipop Pen
  11. Flan Dakigurumi Plush Pouch
I love the selection and the variety of different things presented. It's a nicely curated box of goodies with a good balance between fuzzy things, sweets, and stationery. I always think little assortments like this make such perfect presents, because it feels exciting to open a package like this. I talked about this a little bit in my post from last year: "How To Make Perfect Care Packages".

A few of my favourite things were this mini cat pouch (so great for storing tiny things like earrings or hair pins), this lollipop pen (I though it was a real lollipop at first), and this adorable little poo-shaped sweet (sorry to any sensible poo-haters reading this, but I love cutesy poo characters and there's nothing you can do about it).

You just try telling me this little turd isn't adorable!

If you want the chance to win your own box of cute delights, enter the giveaway via Rafflecopter below to have a shot at getting a Kawaii Box all to yourself. Entry is open worldwide and the giveaway ends on 2nd December. Good luck!

✶✵ The giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to the winner, Barrie! (●`・(エ)・´●) ノ* ✵✶

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