Designed by kids, for many good reasons

A brown cardboard castle serving as a backdrop for six colourful IKEA SAGOSKATT soft toys.

Designed by kids, for many good reasons

Say hi to Rully the dancing robot, Gurki the cucumber superhero and the rest of the fabulous new SAGOSKATT collection, designed by kids in our popular soft toy drawing competition. With 100% of the purchase price donated to local initiatives supporting children’s right to play, it’s truly a matter of kids helping other kids.

Cardboard frames on a cardboard castle wall, showing pictures of the six SAGOSKATT soft toys.

Meet the class of 2019

From over 87,000 incredible drawings, we have six proud winners who just moved into a cardboard castle made from reused IKEA flat-packs. Cute, funny and with strong personalities, they can’t wait to meet you!

“Just like every year, it wasn’t easy to decide. We received so many awesome, creative drawings! But we’re happy with the choices we made. The characters look so fun and so cute!”

Jorge Santoyo Henaine, Product developer, Children’s IKEA
An IKEA SAGOSKATT soft toy that’s a green cucumber superhero with hair, teeth and a pink tongue.

Gurki

The cucumber superhero on a mission to get kids to eat more cucumbers!

Designed by
Kilian
9 years old, Germany

A smiling and dancing IKEA SAGOSKATT entertainer robot soft toy with a big red and square head with antennae.

Rully

The robot entertainer who loves to play music, sing and dance.

Designed by
Riana
11 years old, Cyprus

A blue and yellow IKEA SAGOSKATT hugging monster soft toy sitting on a cardboard moon.

Little Monster

The hug-loving monster who keeps all the scary monsters away at bedtime.

Designed by
Thomas
9 years old, Greece

An IKEA SAGOSKATT soft toy – a happy, yellow giraffe jumping in the air in front of a cardboard castle.

Rainbow Giraffe

The mischievous – yet sensitive giraffe with a passion for healthy food.

Designed by
Claudia
6 years old, Canary Islands, Spain

A grey and white IKEA SAGOSKATT soft toy – a party mouse with balloons flying in front of a cardboard castle.

Jesse

The party mouse who loves to play – with balloons, kids and other toys!

Designed by
Noor
7 years old, Jordan

A pink, yellow and orange IKEA SAGOSKATT soft toy – a rainbow with socks floating over a cardboard castle.

Rainbow Kid

The rainbow that wears socks in order to stay warm up in the sky.

Designed by
Darren Wing Hei
5 years old, Hong Kong, China

It’s about kids helping other kids

With 100% of the purchase price of each SAGOSKATT soft toy donated to local initiatives, the toys aren’t just about encouraging kids to play and be creative, they also directly support every child’s right to play.