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While browing for the baby safety gate for Ash... I've stumbled upon The IKEA Soft Toys Drawing Competition, which I believe would be beneficial if I could share it out to all parents out there... Ha ha ha...by hoping that this message will reach all the parents in Malaysia it seems? Dream on... Well, but at least I opt to perform a good deed in sharing the good information to all right? At least if it's not the whole Malaysia, the message or information delivers to those who dropped by at Bubblynotes.Com. Isn't it?
This is particularly just an idea for the weekend activities with your children if you seems cloudy or blank what could you do this weekend in order to spend your time with your precious one. *_^... Maybe this is a good idea?
What is The IKEA Soft Toys Drawing Competition?
20 dream soft toys drawings by kids will be selected in each country around the world with IKEA stores. These drawings will be sent to Almhult, Sweden where IKEA products are created, and judged by a panel of children's product development specialists.
10 winners will be selected based on the uniqueness and commercial potential early January 2015. And real toys will be created and launched as limited collection in Autumn 2015 in the IKEA stores worldwide.
What Will Your Child Get?
- A "Dream Artist" souvenir badge and a diploma.
- The 20 country winner will be awarded with a prize hamper worth RM100.00 and a chance to participate in a good cause campaign with IKEA to help the underprivilege children in Malaysia, while representing Malaysia against all winners from other IKEA stores in the world.
- The 10 global winners will get to receive one soft toy created by IKEA of Sweden from their own drawing and see their soft toy being sold globally with a good cause.
This contest is only open to children who are 12 years old or younger. All drawings must be completed and submitted at the IKEA store on the same day, from 8-23 November 2014.
Drawing Competition Details
9 – 23 November 2014
Småles, Ground floor at the IKEA store
Interesting ain't it? At the same point of time, you could stimulate your child brains and make it work and let them enhance their creativity. Who knows? Your children could be the lucky one? Why not? Isn't it? Huh...luckily Ash just turning to one and doesn't know how to hold the pencil and colours properly yet... If he's able...Me myself would personally encourage him to involve in this kind of activity. *_^...
So? Why wait...You still have until this weekend to bring your child over and let them put their creativity and skills on the paper... *_^... Till then, cheerios and hopefully it will be beneficial to those parents out there on ideas where and what to do with your precious one this weekend!