Your child's drawing could come to life as a soft toy in H&M Home drawing competition
Is your kid bursting with creativity?
Then this competition will bring joy to your days at home! H&M HOME wants to design a brand new soft toy, and they need help from all the young artists out there.
A unicorn-sea-horse, a super-hero hamster or a giraffe with wings — what does the soft toy of YOUR child's dreams look like?
Why not let their imagination run free, snap a picture of his or her drawing and keep your fingers crossed — one young artist will see the drawing turn into a real soft toy, produced by H&M HOME!
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Calling all young creatives! ? This year, your kid’s fantasy figure can come to life. We want to design a new soft toy — and we need help. Let your kid’s imagination run free, snap a picture of his or her drawing and head to our site to enter the competition (link in bio!). One young artist will see the drawing turn into a real soft toy! And best of all: 15 percent of the total sales will be donated to @unicef and their efforts to ensure all children’s right to education ✏️ ? Good luck! ? Please note that UNICEF does not endorse any company, product or service. #HMHOME #softtoys
Here’s how to enter the competition:
- Let your kid draw or paint the soft toy of his or her dreams. Get creative — there’s no need to hold back!
- Take a snapshot of the drawing with your camera phone.
- Send the picture to email@example.com. By sending this e-mail you accept the Terms & Conditions (see below). You also accept that H&M will process your personal data according to the Privacy Notice for Competition (see below).
This competition is open to kids of all ages. The person submitting the entry does, however, need to be 16 or above.
The winner will be picked by a jury consisting of representatives from the H&M HOME and their decision will be final. The winner will be contacted by H&M HOME.
T&C: The winning design will be produced by H&M HOME and sold online on hm.com and in selected stores worldwide during spring 2021. H&M HOME will own all user rights and holds the rights to make minor changes in the design due to production limits.