IKEA Turned Children’s Weird Drawings Into Actual Stuffed Animals

My friends the furniture giant IKEA has done an incredibly creative project for UNICEF and Save The Children. 10 lucky kids’ drawings have left the realm of fantasy to become real, tangible soft toys that IKEA will sell around the world as part of its Soft Toys For Education campaign. The company took submissions from kids all around the world, and picked ten drawings to bring to plush life. One dollar from each sell  will go to UNICEF for childrens. Look the amazing creations below and enjoy!

Thymeo, 4 years old, Belgium, “Comrade Dinosaur”

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Stella, 6 years old,Cyprus, “Pink Giraffe-Duck”

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Dora, 7 years old, UK “Indifferent Noseless Skunk”

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Koen, 10 years old, Netherlands “Six-Armed Monster Face”

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Albert, 7 years old, Romania “Derp Bat”

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You-Chen Wu, 6 years old, Taiwan “Linear Tiger”

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Maja, 8 years old, and John, 5 years old, Norway, “Oversized Mouse-Head Man”

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Terrence, 6 years old, Malaysia

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Karla, 10 years old, Croatia “Slime Tooth”

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