Kawaii marshmallows, cuteness overload.
I made these Kawaii marshmallows for my Instagram page, MALLOWART, but I couldn’t help but share them here. Because look at them. They’re looking at you, too. And they love you.
“Kawaii,” used either as an adjective or as a noun, means “cute” in the context of Japanese pop culture. Type “Kawaii” into Pinterest or Google and you might have to duck down on the floor to hide from all the outrageous adorable-ness. Common uses of this kawaii drawings: Cats, because duh, potatoes (don’t get that one), food, and expressions. Said expressions lend themselves well to marshmallows and edible writers.
Look, they want to be your friend. Except maybe that mean one up there.
how to make marshmallow art
To make your own mallowart, click HERE to learn about about edible writers, where to buy them and how to use them.
Sue Sparks says
I am a sucker for kawaii, and things on a stick (hey, kawaii suckers:)), so you’ve got it covered here! CUTE!
Ha, thank you Sue!!