Meet the toys created by kids, for kids
The annual IKEA soft toy drawing competition drew 87,000 entries from children around the world. A handful were picked to be made into toys for the limited-edition SAGOSKATT collection. On sale now, the full price of each toy sold is donated to children’s charities.
Explore the jungle with a hedgehog-dinosaur
“I have made a mix of a hedgehog, dinosaur and a monster. Kotten only eats fruit and has very good claws that are used for climbing in trees. It lives in the jungle or rainforest where there is a lot of tropical fruit and it likes a hot climate,” says Kotten’s eight-year-old creator, Greta.
Fly among the clouds with Pink Unicorn
“I drew a pink unicorn named Pink Unicorn who loves to fly in the sky. I hope other children in the world can play with my soft toy with me,” says five-year-old Peixin.
Make mischief with the friendly Monster
“I just wanted to draw something cool so I drew a monster,” says Runar, 8. “His name is Monster and during the day he’s always saying something funny, teasing and joking.”
Swim the seas with a colorful shark
Nine-year-old Jimin says: “I drew a little shark because I love swimming and want to swim together with the little shark. During the day I think he is travelling under the sea.”
Make a splash with Unda the seal
“My seal’s name is Unda,” says Natalia, 8. “Unda is very friendly and when happy, pats her belly with a flipper. She can do a lot of funny tricks, such as flipping a fish on her nose. Fish are her best friend, for this reason Unda always carries one in her pocket.”
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