Window crafts are a fun way for kids to proudly show off their art and see them displayed at all times. Make beautiful sun catchers to filter the light, yarn wire-wrapped mobiles or even puffy paint window decals! Here are 8 creative ways to showcase your kids’ talents on a window pane.
Mess Free Window Art (via eHow) Love stimulating your kids’ creative talents but not so keen on the mess? Try this contained in a zipper bag window pane activity.
Window Painting (via Mess for Less) Paint, spray with water, squeegee and repeat – with the bonus of having extra clean windows once the art project is over.
Crayon Stained Glass (via Roylco) Melt crayon shavings over wax paper with an iron (adult supervised) for this beautiful stained glass effect.
Window Markers (via Tried and True Blog) Markers specific for use on windows make it easy for kids to draw anything they imagine.
Window Mobiles (via Craft with Jo-Ann) Use mod Podge, scrapbook and freezer paper to make these cute mobiles you can cut to any shape.
Window Clings (via Smashed Peas and Carrots) This clever DIY uses puffy paint to turn these free-hand sayings and shapes into window clings.
Window Star (via Moey’s Heart and Hearth) This tutorial walks you step by step on how to fold these vibrant pieces of tissue paper into a window star sun catcher.
Yarn Mobiles (via Family Chic) A craft that appeals to all ages – wrap yarn across floral wire (twisted into any shape you’d like) for cute window decor.