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Level: ECE and up
Grades: Pre-K and up | Age: 2 and up | Written by: Andrea Mulder-Slater
[Andrea is one of the creators of]

Kids (and adults) of all ages can make window clings using fabric paint.

What You Need:
What You Do:

  1. You can draw your own picture or use a coloring page. We used the printouts HERE and HERE.
  2. If using a coloring page, place the paper into a protective plastic sleeve.
  3. Using the fabric paint, paint on the plastic sleeve (using the coloring page as a guide). Make sure you are using fabric paint. You can paint with brushes, or apply directly from the small tip paint containers. Note: it is a good idea to mix in a drop or two of dish soap to the fabric paint.
  4. Let the paint dry (24 to 48 hours).

  5. Peel the images off the plastic and place them on a window.
Recommended Books/Products:

Creating by Recycling (Crafts for All Seasons)
by Laia Sadurni, Anna Llimos
Create art with objects from around the house.

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