IKEA Launches its Soft Toy Drawing Competition

Get those crayons out!

IKEA has just launched its annual Soft Toy Drawing Competition. IKEA Family members can submit their child’s drawing online by November 21 for a chance to have the drawing transformed into a real life IKEA soft toy.

This year, six children will be selected to have their creations transformed into real cuddly SAGOSKATT soft toys. The toys will subsequenlty be sold in all IKEA stores globally, inspiring kids around the world to play.

All proceeds from the SAGOSKATT soft toy sales will be donated to children’s charities across the country.

The process is simple. Grab some crayons and let your child's imagination go wild. Then, submit your child’s creation online by November 21. The top 15 Canadian finalists will be contacted by December 31 and will advance to judging.

The contest is open to IKEA Family Members only, for kids aged 0-12. Find out more at https://ikeafamily.ca/en/soft-toy.

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