COCOSKIES | An art blog: Souvenirs

10.12.14

Souvenirs


Souvenirs picked up in Japan & The Philippines.
1 & 2. I had to buy these sweets in Japan purely for the cute packaging!

3. A nice little ceramic dish also picked up in Japan. I loved the inky-blue colour and thought it would be perfect for storing my everyday jewellery in. The little, plastic macarons were bought in the Philippines from a stationery shop called 'Expressions'. Not quite sure what I'm going to do with them just yet. My watch was bought from Urban Outfitters last year. I wear it most days, so it's getting old but I still love the design.

4. Acrylic storage, brush pens and highlighters all from Muji.

5. I almost forgot to post about this, but just before I went away I won a giveaway by Jane. Thank you so much again! I love how much thought went into this package. I've loved the teas I've tried so far, but I'm trying to save each one as a treat so they last longer! (Emphasis on trying!) I've started reading the book too, I'm waiting for a quiet evening so I can really get into it!

6. One thing that was on my bucket list for Japan was to visit a Purikura booth. It's a photobooth on a different scale! You can go crazy with editing. The one we went in automatically made our eyes huge and dark. I thought I'd covered the photos with plenty of text and clip-art, but according to a friend who now resides in Japan there wasn't enough! I'll remember that for next time.

7. Everything together, plus my Butter Beer mug and ticket stubs from the Subway and USJ!

12 comments :

  1. So cute! Especially love the matryoshka candies and little macarons. You have great taste. :)

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  2. Basically the cutest souvenirs I've ever seen. The russian doll sweets are adorable!

    Charlotte xx

    Charlotte's Web

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  3. Haha, I absolutely love purikura! The whole frenzied experience is so fun, plus they make great souvenirs. Those macarons are adorable by the way, almost good enough to eat :)

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  4. I know! I'm going to keep them for as long as possible! :) xxx

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  5. I know mannn, I'm going to treasure them forever haha xxx

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  6. Yes! I wish we had it here in the UK, but they're impossible to find :(. Yeah they look pretty real! ^_^

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  7. How cute are those sweets? & I love that bowl! I bought something similiar for my jewellery when I went to Turkey, & I still use it now. They are my favourite kind of souvenirs! xx


    www.roseandmuse.com

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  8. Yes! The one-off kind of souvenirs that you were never looking for are always the best! :) xxx

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  9. I Like your blog very much! I found your posts very interesting! And also I like your
    beautiful photos! I know that blog requires much time, but keep doing it!


    Diana Cloudlet

    http://www.dianacloudlet.com/

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  10. Thanks Diana, you are so right! I really miss blogging. I'm going to try and put some things up from this weekend hopefully ^^

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  11. loving your photos ! the candies are absolutely adorable, as are the little macaron cases !

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