Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Some bear a loose resemblance to real animals like bats, skunks, and tigers, but it’s the more abstract creations that are the real gems here. And for every plush toy sold, Ikea will donate a dollar (or a Euro in Europe) to its Soft Toys for Education campaign that’s raised an impressive £59 million since it started in 2003. [Ikea via ToyNews]

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys

Ikea Turned a Bunch of Children's Drawings Into a New Line of Stuffed Toys


This article originally appeared on Toyland, Gizmodo's toys and collectibles blog