IKEA Produces Kids’ Imaginary Creature Designs, Donates Part of Proceeds to Charity

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IKEA, you know, that place where most of your furniture probably came from (no shame, same here), has done something super adorable. They’ve taken some kids’ imaginary animal designs and they’ve made them into actual stuffed toys to be sold in their massive, labyrinthine stores. Now, when you’re frustrated that you can’t find your PATRULL KLÄMMA, you can reach out and grab a cute stuffed toy to work out your feelings.

SAGOSKATT Ikea Soft Toys for Children

The best part about this is that for each toy sold, IKEA is donating a dollar (or Euro if you’re in Europe) to their Soft Toys for Education fund, which has raised over $90 million since 2003 to help fund schools, supplies, and other educational needs.

So head on down to IKEA, grab yourself a plate of KÖTTBULLAR meatballs, and a cute stuffed toy. You won’t regret it.

(via Gizmodo, images via IKEA 1, 2)

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