IKEA turned kids’ drawings into plush toys for charity – and the results are too gorgeous

October 30, 2015

This is so cool – IKEA has turned 10 kids’ drawings into soft toys, as part of its Soft Toys for Education campaign. The toys will be sold at their stores, and one dollar/euro from each purchase will go to UNICEF and Save the Children.

IKEA has been running the foundation for more than 10 years, but this is the first time they have made toys designed by children. Since launching the charity, the IKEA Foundation has donated more than $90 million to help children’s organisations around the world.

Have a look at these stunning drawings and toys:

Albert, 7 years old, Romania

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Maja, 8 years old, and John, 5 years old, Norway

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Koen, 10 years old, Netherlands

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Karla, 10 years old, Croatia

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Terrence, 6 years old, Malaysia

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Dora, 7 years old, UK

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You-Chen Wu, 6 years old, Taiwan

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Thymeo, 4 years old, Belgium

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Stella, 6 years old,Cyprus

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Via Boredpanda

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1 Comment

  • Lizette

    I love these!

    October 30, 2015 at 6:28 am Reply
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