Thursday, November 7, 2013

Turning Treats Into Toys

As the holidays approach, I love working with companies who give back to those less fortunate. This holiday season, Kellogg Canada is donating $20 to the Salvation Army for every toy-inspired treat you make and upload to RiceKrispies.ca.  The Salvation Army will be using the donations to buy toys for children in need.

It's really simple—and a great way to remind your children about the importance of giving back to others, especially during the holiday season.

I had fun making some Rice Krispies treats with my youngest son, even though an artist... I am not.



If you want to take part, just create your own "toy" shaped treat—get as creative as you want—and then take a picture of your creation and upload it to RiceKrispies.ca. Rice Krispies will then donate a toy to a child in need.

To see what other crafty people are making, and to get some inspiration, check out #treatsfortoys on Twitter.



Disclaimer: I received a package from Kellogg's. All views and opinions are my own. 

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