This Children’s Clothing Brand Has Turned Their IG Into a Resource for DIY Art Projects

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Are you already running out of social distancing activities? We’ve got you covered.

Introducing Treehouse Kidswear, a children’s clothing company that has turned its social media into a resource for DIY art projects. The brand has been sharing daily crafts (along with supply lists) on its personal Instagram account, so parents can take their homeschooling curriculum to the next level.

Most of the projects are designed with at-home materials in mind, so you don’t have to worry about making a trip to Michaels to gather supplies.

For example, did you know that you can grate old, stubby crayons and turn them into stained-glasses masterpieces? Or that slightly warm hard-boiled eggs are the perfect canvas for melted wax (aka crayons)? Oh, and don’t even get us started on today’s Jammin’ Jellyfish idea, which will put a smile on anyone’s face.

“We are sticking to a fairly set schedule based on what we did last week with homeschool but have carved out a time each day for projects and art for both the little, and the big treehouse kids in this house,” the company wrote on Instagram. “We’ve outlined the daily projects for each this week (swipe!), and supplies needed.”

Adding all of these to today’s list of soon-to-be completed crafts.


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