Tuesday, 5 November 2013


Hi everyone I just started selling my art so if you're interested visit my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Suketchi?ref=si_shop

 Cyber goth girl

Harry Styles

Monday, 28 October 2013

HAUL time! :3

Hi everyone! Recently I have been buying quite a few kawaii products so I thought I'd share them with you guys, and this is what I got.... you can find links and details at the bottom of the page

This pic shows most of the things I got, apart from my boots.

Firstly I got some floral cabochons, which you can use to decorate things. I only just discovered them recently and there will definitely be a tutorial for decoden once I collect enough cabochons.

I also got these cute heart cabochons, I really love the colours!

Recently I started college so I decided to get a USB stick so that I could use it for school work if I needed to. This one is so awsome because it's a rilakkuma USB stick, it's 8GB and it was a reasonable price. I decided to put it on a chain so that I could wear it as a necklace too. It's a good product and I'm really happy with it!

Another thing I got were these panda earmuffs, the reason I got them was because I have barely anything cute to wear in the winter and they match my panda gloves too. They are really soft and fluffy and so kawaii <3 When I got them some of the stitching was undone so I had to sew it together other than that they're good =)

The next thing I got were these Hello kitty headphones, I've wanted them for so so long but only just got round to buying them. They were really cheap and really good quality for the price, and they're soo cute!!!!

As you can see they have these discs on the side that you can swap, the one above is the one I like the most.

I think it's really cool that you can swap the discs, also you could take the disc off and decoden the bit where you clip it on rather than using the discs. Or you could even decoden a pair of the discs so that you could swap between a decoden disc and a normal one.

And there were these ones as an alternative.

Another thing I got was this cord wrap because the cord on my headphone were real long, and it kept swinging around and hitting the floor :/ The cord wrap is pretty cute but f you're looking for a really good quality one you should be willing to be spending a little more than I did.

Also I got some heart sunglasses because when it comes to summer I want to have some that are more fairy kei.

Now that I have started college I decided to get a few of these folders to organise all my work.

And the last thing I got are these boots which I love soo much!! They're really pretty, I love the colour and the cute heart eyelets. And they're also really comfortable and durable.


Hair accessories - £0.99 hair shop
Animal folder - £0.99 on discount in WHSmith
Jumper (blue) - £5 primark (in the first picture)

Monday, 21 October 2013

Heart elbow patch DIY

The other day I saw someone with elbow patches on their jumper and I was instantly inspired to make some kawaii ones for myself, So here's a tutorial. It's really easy to make and doesn't take much time, the finished thing looks pretty cute too :3

What you will need:
  • The jumper that you want to decorate.
  • Some fabric in your chosen colour - this is for the patch, colours that go well are pink/blue, yellow/purple etc. If you're going for a fairy kei kind of look be sure to use pastel colours.
  • A5 paper.
  • Pencil.
  • Scissors.
  • Pin.
  • Thread that matches the colour of the patch and an iron not pictured because I forgot :/

Start by folding the paper in half horizontally.

Draw half a heart shape on one side of the fold if you want you can just find a pic of a heart online and print it out.

Fold the page and cut out the shape.

So you should have a heart shape like this.

Trace around the heart onto the back of the fabric you want for your patch do this twice, one for each sleeve.

Cut around the line, leave about 1-2cm for seam allowance.

Cut notches on the edge of the fabric where there are curves and corners as shown.

Iron the seam allowance down onto the wrong side of the fabric.

When you turn it around it should look like this, as you can see the edges are not smooth but you can fix this when you sew it on.

Repeat with the other heart.

Put the jumper on and put a pin through the sleeve in the centre of your elbow, but be careful!

Place the heart on the sleeve, use the pin to help you place it.

Now you can pin it and sew it on if the edges of yours are like mine you can edit it when sewing by stretching out the sides a little when you stitch. Make small stitches over the edge of the fabric, about 4mm apart.

Repeat with the other sleeve. But this time rather than using a pin to find where the centre of your elbow is, you can trace several points from the first sleeve onto the other to make it symmetrical.

And that's it! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and have a go yourself :)

Friday, 4 October 2013

What I've been doing recently

Hey everyone, unfortunately I'm still trying to sort out the pics I needed for my posts :/  So I thought I'd show you my art that I've been working on. Check out my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Suketchi?ref=si_shop for original work, prints will be available soon.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Shoe wishlist

Hey :3 This post is just a visual list of just some of the shoes I would like to own, I didn't really want to find all of the links for each of the shoes so if you're interested in buying any of them you can find them all on my pinterest account the link to my pinterest is on the right hand side, on the bottom of the side bar >>>




I hope you enjoyed this post and found it helpful

byee :)