Sagoskatt soft toy collection, by Ikea

From next week a new range of soft toys will go on sale at IKEA – and they’ve all been designed by children. Drawn as part of the company’s Soft Toys Drawing Competition, the range – called SAGOSKATT – features everything from a two-headed mythical creature to a pastel-coloured owl with the kids drawings expertly transformed in to near-identical versions of the youngster’s creations.

Ikea has released a range of soft toys designed by children through an international drawing competition.

Proceeds from sales of the toys will help to run projects devoted to children’s rights to play and develop in countries across Asia, Africa and the Middle East, as part of Ikea’s Let’s Play for Change campaign.

From next week a new range of soft toys will go on sale at IKEA – and they’ve all been designed by children. Drawn as part of the company’s Soft Toys Drawing Competition, the range – called SAGOSKATT – features everything from a two-headed mythical creature to a pastel-coloured owl with the kids drawings expertly transformed in to near-identical versions of the youngster’s creations.IKEA release range of soft toys designed by children for 'Let's play for Change' Campaign. Copyright:IKEA