Have the kids make Christmas window clings to decorate for the holidays. This craft is super easy with our printable designs. Just cover them with clear sheet protectors, trace with paint and allow to dry!

There are plenty of cute designs to go around—a snowman, snowflakes and gingerbread man—and of course there’s Santa and a tree to decorate.

The hardest part is waiting for the paint to dry. It takes at least 6–8 hours, so be patient! You can use a fan to speed things up but remember to first tape the sheets down.

If your window clings are being stubborn about sticking to the glass, warm them up with a hair dryer for just a few seconds. Remember, this is wintertime and your window glass gets cold!

Christmas window clings instructions
  1. Download the [url href=”https://everydaydishes.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/christmas-window-clings-cherylstyle-printable.pdf” target=”_blank” title=”Everyday Dishes & DIY Christmas Window Cling Template”]Everyday Dishes & DIY Christmas Window Cling Printable[/url] and open in [url href=”http://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/” target=”_blank” title=”Adobe Reader”]Adobe Reader[/url].
  2. Print out templates then insert into sheet protectors.
  3. Choose a design, trace the black outline using puff paint then fill in with your choice of colors. Repeat for the remaining designs.
  4. Allow the paint to dry completely, approximately 10 hours.
  5. Once dry, gently peel the window clings away from the sheet protectors and display on windows, mirrors or even your fridge!
Don’t be stingy with your paint! If it’s applied too thinly, the window clings may tear when being separated from the protector sheets.

Make your own Christmas window clings with printable templates