And this sweet activity will probably gain more followers than ever in an atypical Christmas marked by the pandemic that will inevitably force us to spend many hours at home. Perhaps for this reason, and aware that we must somehow fill the dead hours that we will spend locked in the four walls of our home this Christmas, IKEA has proposed to provide us with home-made leisure alternatives.
it encourages people Saint Kitts and Nevis B2B Contact List to recreate its most iconic furniture (the Billy bookcase, the Strandmon armchair or the Malm dresser) as if they were cookies designed to decorate traditional gingerbread houses.
For this, IKEA has created a set of downloadable templates to shape the furniture before putting the dough in the oven and then being able to assemble the furniture (without the need for an Allen key).
The campaign website , signed by the Rethink agency , also provides the user with practical tips on baking utensils.
IKEA also invites Canadians who so wish to share their edible furniture on social media using the hashtag
Several influencers are Saint Kitts and Nevis Email Database also involved in the campaign, which is focused on Instagram and Facebook, and members of the IKEA Family club will have the opportunity to win a limited edition of cookie cutters in the shape of the Scandinavian firm’s furniture. In bad weather, good face: