Kim Kardashian’s four children are budding artists.
The reality star is used to receiving extravagant gifts for major holidays — both from estranged husband Kanye West and her famous family — but it’s her kids who get the most creative.
On Sunday, Kardashian, 41, revealed that North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm decorated a set of gray sweats with their own artwork.
On the pants, Saint, 6, drew a colorful scene of himself with his mom, Chicago, 4, sketched a pink flower and heart, and the siblings traced 3-year-old Psalm’s hand near the waistband.
The sweatshirt was entirely North’s creation, with the 8-year-old labeling the sleeve with “Kim” and “Mom” and doodling an intricate design on the back, peppered with plenty of hearts.
It’s not the first time North has put her creative stamp on a gift for her mother; when she was just 16 months old, dad Kanye commissioned her to decorate a leather-trimmed canvas Hermès Herbag ($3,775) with colorful paint; Kardashian called it a “masterpiece.”
North’s painting skills have since greatly improved, so much so that fans doubted the authenticity of her extremely impressive art class work last year. And earlier this year, Kardashian showed off her “emo” drawings around her home for Vogue.
All four of Kardashian’s kids love to team up for Mother’s Day, last year gifting their mom four distinct custom perfume blends.
While it’s unclear whether boyfriend Pete Davidson or ex Kanye helped with the process this time around (or if the kids used Yeezy sweats), it’s only a matter of time before the little Wests are weighing in on Skims designs.