Wednesday, 14 January 2015

IKEA Soft Toy Review

Over the winter period IKEA did something really lovely, for every soft toy, children's book and children's card game sold they donated €1 to children's education through both UNICEF and Save the Children. I already loved going to IKEA to shop, but it does feel a little nicer shopping from a company who show they care about other things.

Although we don't have a local IKEA when we were up in Edinburgh in October for my Granpa's birthday I bought Osian a panda soft toy from there. I wasn't planning on buying him any teddies but he took a real shine to the panda, and he'd never really done that whilst out and about before so I just had to get it for him.

We were recently given an opportunity to review a soft toy from IKEA's new range. It took me ages as they are so cute, but eventually I chose DRULLIG, who is a hedgehog.

DRULLIG is dressed very smartly. he's wearing a green shirt, covered with a red waitcoat, and wearing trousers with patterned knees and some cute little black shoes. He's a lovely size, not too big and not too small. DRULLIG has little rosy cheeks which make him look so cute.

Osian's new little friend if very lovely and soft. As I've recently found out when Osian's been ill it's been quite essential to be able to wash his cuddly toys so it's great that Drullig can be machine washed and tumble dried on low.

Both Osian and I are very pleased with his new toy, he may even end up with another toy from their range the next time we go to IKEA.

Disclosure - We were sent the soft toy for the purpose of an honest review, all words and opinions are my own.


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