Custom Window Art

Introduction: Custom Window Art

About: I'm just a girl who loves to create, explore, and try new things! I'm constantly making all sorts of random projects. I also love to play soccer and skateboard.

In this instructable I will show you a very easy way to make your own window art! You are able to make things that can be part of a theme in a room or just to put around the house, even the inside of car windows! Just make sure you stick them on well! Thanks for taking a look!

You'll need these things;

Fabric paint

Wax paper

A window

Step 1: Design Your Art

Get out your wax paper and fabric paint, then start designing! When you design something like a paw-print remember how the pieces go together so you don't end up with a very strange looking object. If you don't think you'l remember just take a picture.

Step 2: Wait for the Paint to Harden

You can poke your finger at the paint to see if it has hardened. Just to let you know it does not harden in the fridge, so you just have to let it air dry. It takes about four hours for it to dry, so then find something else to obtain yourself.

Step 3: Peel 'Em, Then Stick 'Em to a Window

Gently pull off your window stickers, then you can place them on any window you want. Also, the colors of them will not bleed onto the windows in heat, so you don't have to worry about that. Post pictures if you make them and enjoy :)

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    5 years ago

    Oops! The large pad of the footprint you painted on wax paper is upside down on the window! (I had to look back and forth at the 2 pictures half a dozen times before I figured out what was different - so I know how easy it would be. ;)
    Anyway, great idea! I don't deal much with paint sl had no idea they'd stick to glass. You may have created a monster! With happy pictures on my windows, looking outside on a gloomy day won't be so depressing!


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I thought something looked different! Thanks for telling me. I will have a new picture with the large pad facing the right way :)