It’s Treats for Toys Time Again!

Generally, I love it when companies reach out to me about products or ideas they have. I love testing and trying out new things. When the campaign that a company is embarking on also has an aspect of giving back, I am even more excited. Except with the Treats for Toys email comes from Kelloggs.
Seriously, I have about zero creativity when it comes to these things. Sure, I have great ideas in my head, but they never seem to materialize the way I envisioned them. Arms fall off robots. Licorice string doesn’t stick the way it’s supposed to. And don’t get me started on manipulating that icing in a tube.
This year though, I figured out a way to beat them at their own game. I proudly introduce Robot in a Pan.

Non Creative Design for Treats for Toys Campaign #TreatsforToys

No tricky cutting. No oddly tiny head or absurdly long arms that continuously fall off. None of that. And I still get to upload my picture and use it. And when I do, Kellogg’s will be donating $20 to the Salvation Army to buy a real toy for a child this Christmas. I may finally be winning this thing people.
The process is simple. Make Rice Krispies treats out of your favourite variety of Rice Krispies – the Holiday, Brown Rice, Vanilla, or regular – take your pick. Then create a toy-shaped treat. Make it as elaborate or as simple as you’d like. You won’t need to be much more creative than I am, but it wouldn’t hurt. If you’re looking for some ideas, there are lots to be found on the Treats for Toys website.

Then, snap a photo of your creation andupload it to the site. If you prefer, you can share them on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram using the #TreatsForToys tag. Kellogg’s is going to donate up to $30,000 to The Salvation Army this year to make sure that no child goes without.

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Now, in the spirit of the holidays, Kellogg’s has offered up a prize pack. They will give to you so you can give to others. Nice how that works. Open to residents of Canada only. Prize valued at approximately $50. Contest closes December 10, 2016 11:59 pm EST Not responsible for lost or misdirected entries. Prize has no cash value. Must be accepted as awarded. Winner will be notified by email and have 48 hours to respond. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture and redraw. Thanks for taking the time to enter and good luck!

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