Well you guys had me a little bit worried there for a bit. I didn’t receive any entries for this contest all month until right before Christmas. I almost thought no one was going to enter but in the end we got a good amount of entries at pretty much the last minute so it’s all good. Thank you everyone for entering and a big congratulations to Carolyn. Your two Christmas kaomoji cookies have won you a Kaoiro kaomoji emoticons stamp! I’ll be sending you an email soon to coordinate getting you your prize. Here are Carolyn’s winning cookies: We also received a lot of other awesome cookies: Tyler’s very Japanese and delicious looking cookie: Brittany send in several different cookies: Christina made a whole plate of kaomoji cookies: And finally here are the Japanese emoticon cookies Alison made: Thanks everyone for participating and have a happy 2015 everyone! ﾟ*｡☆ヾ(´∀｀)Д Ндррч Йёш Чёдя！(´∀｀)ノ☆｡*ﾟ Featured image credit
It’s almost Christmas and because we’re in a festive mood it’s time for another Japanese emoticons contest! The prize is another one of these awesome Kaoiro Japanese emoticons stamps! What we’re looking for is Japanese emoticon themed Christmas cookies. To enter the contest simply bake some awesome looking Japanese emoticon Christmas cookies and email a photo to (removed). You can be as creative as you want and the Christmas cookies can be either kaomoji or emoji themed. The last day to enter the contest is December 24, 2014. Some time after Christmas I’ll be picking the most awesome looking cookies and posting all the entries for you to check out as well. Get baking everyone and good luck! ✚⃞ ⸌̷̻( ᷇ॢ〰ॢ ᷆◍)⸌̷̻ Image Credit
I hope everyone had a happy Halloween. ( ´ ▽ ` )ﾉ Our first ever Japanese Emoticon Pumpkin Carving Contest was a success I think, with nine different entries. The winning pumpkin is this awesome looking worried one by Alex CB! You’ve won yourself a Kaoiro kaomoji emoticon stamp!
Winner: (ó﹏ò｡) by Alex CBThis jack-o’-lantern also looks great in the dark all lit up. There were a lot of other awesome kaomoji pumpkins and you can view the rest of the entires below or on our Facebook page where you can like your favourites.
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) by Gabriella
(˼●̙̂ ̟ ̟̎ ̟ ̘●̂˻) by Matt
(•̀ᴗ•́)و ̑̑ by Giang
ლ(´◉❥◉｀ლ) by John
(╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻ by Miranda
(●__●) and (・ω・) by Jessica
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) by AntoniaEveryone who entered, you all did an awesome job and I hope to do something similar again next year! ٩(♡ε♡ )۶
This Halloween we’re having our first ever Japanese emoticon pumpkin carving contest! The rules are very simple. Carve any Japanese emoticon into a jack-o’-lantern and send a photo of it to (removed). Whoever sends the most awesome looking one will win a Kaoiro Japanese Emoticons Stamp! The deadline for the contest is October 31, 2014. I’ll post all the entries in a future blog post as well as on our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages so be sure to follow us on your platform of choice. You can feel free to carve any kind of Japanese emoticon you want into a pumpkin, kaomojis or emojis work. I’m looking forward to seeing what you’re able to come up with! ٩(๑∂▿∂๑)۶♡ Image Credit