Kid friendly, easy, fun, choose any theme. Have fun with your family making these re-usable Christmas window stickers!


  • 3 tubes puff paint (red, green & white)
  • 1 roll Wax paper or baking paper
  • 3 stencils


  1. For this project you can free hand your designs or you can google stencil images.
    I used stencils.
    Place your stencil underneath your wax paper so that you can see it.
  2. Using your desired colour trace over your stencil picture using an even line of puff paint about the thickness of a phone charger chord, you can swap colours whenever need be.
    You can just do the outline or if you want you can fill in the outline by colouring in the picture for a full sticker.
  3. Let your creations dry overnight.
    Peel the stickers off the wax paper and stick them to your window.
    The stickers should cling and can be removed and re-used easily.

Notes... These can easily be created to any theme or occasion such as Easter or favourite characters.

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Mum of three children; two girls and a boy. Loves getting crazy to loud music, dancing, singing loudly in the car, crafting and trying new quick and simple recipes. Making things is her creative outlet and stress reliever.

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  • Glow in the dark window art is always hit in my home. Kids love it, so impressive


  • These are going to be a hit!


  • my kids will love these!! Thanks for sharing :)


  • These look pretty darn amazing! So effective


  • Great idea, my kids would love to make these!


  • Love this one. They look great and sound like a lot of fun


  • That is awesome, reusable every year

    • Plus the kids will have fun making those


  • How cool is that, and perfect with Xmas fast approaching.


  • Christmas is not that far away now. Thanks for the project.


  • window stickers always look amazing at Christmas


  • Wow! these look so good. What a wonderful project for the creative members of the family. Thanks


  • Thanks for sharing this art/craft idea; it can be made for so many different occasions.


  • My sister in law had them all over her home windows and it does look cute and colourful , hopefully they do come off otherwise it would be a bit messy . Always worried about that part .


  • Awesome. We made these with window paint one year


  • Would never have thought to do this. I love it!


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