With winter around the corner it’s time to stock up on socks! Warm up your feet with these socks and stay cute at the same time (^ x ^=).
Purrrfect cat ears socks, available at Smitten Love and Aliexpress.
A rainbow-farting unicorn that will stick out above your shoes, these rock my socks! You can get yourself a pair at Modcloth.
Cute cat paws socks, as seen on Tumblr. Korean shop Tomonari sells them, but sadly I haven’t seen them anywhere else for sale yet. Please drop a comment if you did ^_^.
These toe socks will fit your feet like a glove. eBay shop Vintage Repertory sells the frog socks pictured above. You can find more toe socks at Tout Mignon, a kawaii shop with a nice selection of character socks (Rilakkuma anyone?).
Cover your toes and heels in cats with these kawaii socks! There are 6 colors available at Left Right Socks.
Because this post wouldn’t be complete without bunnies, I’d like to round up with some sweet bunny socks from Lucky Dip Shop.
Are you planning to throw a Japanese Halloween party? These halloween-themed bento and sushi snacks will surely impress your guests! And if you’d rather retreat inside your bat cave (like me), you can snack on them while watching scary movies.
Lil’ Ghost Sushi Rolls, an easy to follow Cookpad recipe if you would like to try your hands at sushi art. These natural bento coloring tips can help you to create orange or pink rice.
Mari Miyazawa shows you how to make Dracula and Frankenstein bento. You could also just make the mini pumpkins, simply created out of small mandarin oranges with a drawn on face. Check out Mari’s Youtube channel for more Halloween lunch ideas.
Pumpkin Kitty & Boo Halloween Bento by Little Miss Bento. I love that kawaii egg moon!
Happy halloween bento by Naohaha. This should be quite simple to recreate, with cupcake liners, some nori, rice, and carrots (＾ω＾).
Pirate bears and ghost sandwiches created by Akino Ichigo. The recipes are in Japanese, but there are plenty of pictures to guide you.
Is all this cooking and eating making you feel thirsty? Here’s a simple Pumpkin drink DIY.