One great way to celebrate this holiday and take decorating to the next level would be to do some Christmas window painting. Here, we have ten festive ideas that range in artistic ability, from the most novice artists to those who claim to be artists. Each one of these christmas window painting ideas will make the season more festive and fun!
1. Snowflakes on the Window Paines
Snowflakes on your windows are fun when they are real, but when you cannot get the real thing, paint it on! With some plain white paint for windows, you can create a beautiful Christmas window painting.
2. Santa’s Workshop
If you want to create a window painting that will stop people from going further, this super cute idea is worth a try! You will turn your glass into a festive display with a picture of Santa’s elves working in the workshop.
3. Winter Wonderland
A festive winter wonderland will do the trick if you want your house or business window to stick out. For something more complex, like the image above, the easiest way would be to do a pre-drawing on the window. You can trace the image to the window if you have a projector.
4. Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree
Time spent on a festive painted display is time well spent! Christmas trees are some of the easiest things to draw, even for those who don’t claim much artistic ability. This is the perfect window art to paint with the entire family. Let your kids draw decorations on the trees and complete each tree with a topper.
5. The Stockings Were Hung by the Chimney with Care
Houses all across the world use stockings as a way to show the festive spirit of Christmas! These decorations are also effortless to draw and can easily be painted onto any window or display with some window paint.
6. Frosty the Snowman
Frosty the Snowman is a Christmas classic in most houses across the country. Nothing rings in the Christmas season than sitting and watching some of these classic characters come across your TV screen. Having Frosty painted on your window is another festive way of decorating for Christmas.
7. The Nativity
In our home, Christmas is undoubtedly observed based on religious reasons. If you desire to show the reason for the season, then allow your festive spirit to be shown through a manger scene instead of Santa.
8. You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch
There is just something that you cannot help but love about Mr. Grinch. Whether it be his mischievous nature tricking the people of Whoville into believing he is Santa or the fact that he changes his heart, he is part of Christmas.
9. Nightmare Before Christmas Window Painting
Some say this is a Halloween movie and others debate it is a Christmas movie. You will need to purchase several different window paint colors for this particular display to make it stand out! Either way, this Tim Burton scene is a classic for anyone who loves The Nightmare Before Christmas.
10. Holly Leaves and Berries
Because these pretty holly leaves and berries seem only to make an appearance in the Christmas season, these are the perfect addition to your window art. All you need is some green, red, and white window paint to make something beautiful to display.
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