mochichito

Cute, kawaii, and kickass!

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Announcement    Blind Box Terrarium Toys are back in stock! ✨🌱 ✨ Thank you for visiting mochichito on Etsy. Stay updated with me over at @mochichito on Instagram! – ♥ Steph / mochichito

P.S. Thank you also to any customers who have kindly left a review - your words make my day♡.

Announcement

Last updated on Aug 15, 2022

Blind Box Terrarium Toys are back in stock! ✨🌱 ✨ Thank you for visiting mochichito on Etsy. Stay updated with me over at @mochichito on Instagram! – ♥ Steph / mochichito

P.S. Thank you also to any customers who have kindly left a review - your words make my day♡.

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About mochichito

Sales 2,661
On Etsy since 2016

Designer with a love for illustration ♥

From 100 Days of Little Dudes to 100 Days of Tiny Terrariums, my illustration journey started and continues with The 100 Day Project. I hope these cutie creations bring smiles into your life ♥.

Shop members

  • Steph Fung

    Owner

    Designing all sorts of cute, kawaii, and kickass! Inspired by everything and anything cute, little, magical, imaginary, fuzzy, and fierce. Thank you for checking out my shop! 💛

Production partners

  • A custom skateboard manufacturer/printer

    CA, United States

    We are working with a professional custom skateboard manufacturer and printer to produce our skateboard decks. They make and print high quality skateboards in the US for companies all over the world.

  • A pin manufacturer

    China

    I work with a professional pin manufacturer to produce my enamel pins. I like working with them because they protect artists' intellectual property, provide ethical working conditions and production standards, and help make my designs into awesome things.

  • A print shop

    United States

    I work with a professional print shop to produce my stationery and other printed goods. I like working with them because they are environmentally conscious and help bring my designs to life onto high quality printed pieces!

  • A custom packaging company

    LA, CA

    Turns my designs into awesome packaging and products.

  • A sticker printing shop

    Canada

    I work with a professional sticker printing shop to produce my vinyl stickers. I like working with them because they support indie artists and protect artists' intellectual property, and help make my designs into sticky goodies!

  • A Sticker Shop

    United States

    Helps me produce cute stickers!

  • Stipplepop

    Austin, TX

    Stipplepop is the home of acrylic/wood designer goods and artist collaborations made by Ink It Labs in Austin, TX. They saw my 100 Days of Tiny Terrariums illustration series and asked me to collaborate to turn a few of them into acrylic toys. Hope you enjoy our collab! ♡

  • A pin manufacturer

    Burbank, CA

    I work with a professional pin manufacturer to produce my enamel pins. I like working with them because they protect artists' intellectual property, provide ethical working conditions and production standards, and help make my designs into awesome things.

Shop policies

Last updated on Oct 20, 2016

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Cancellations

Cancellations: not accepted

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More information

Last updated on May 10, 2022

Frequently asked questions

What is your Pin Grading System?

I try to be very transparent about the quality of my pins and sort/grade them as best I can. After discarding any pins deemed too funky to sell, I like to use an A, B, C grading system:

A - standard grade - pins are almost perfect; because enamel filling is done by hand, it is nearly impossible for them to be absolutely perfect

B - grade seconds - minor, not very noticeable blemish(es)

C - grade seconds - more noticeable blemish(es); still wearable!

If there are no drastic differences in blemishes or I'm phasing out the design, I may group them into plain ol' seconds :). Although I try my very best to make sure the proper pin grade goes out to you, mistakes can happen, so please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any issues. ♡