IKEA Turned Kids' Drawings Into Actual Plush Toys For a Good Cause
Oct 30, 2015 12:12
You're probably familiar with IKEA's furniture. They're everywhere. Really. Everywhere. But you may also be familiar with their plush toys too. They make quite a few of them. And they're everywhere too. But what you're probably not familiar with is, that Ikea is also in the business of giving back.
Ikea's Soft Toys for Education donates proceeds from sales of its plush toys to programs that are sponsored by Save The Children and UNICEF. This year, they decided to let children design toys themselves.
Children were invited to an office where the drawing contest was held.
The drawings were taken and pinned to a wall where judges had to pick 10 winners.
Stuff like this from Thymeo, 4-years-old, from Belgium made it.
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