Here are some creative ideas for painting your windows this Christmas, including snowflakes, Santa Claus, and so much more. Read on!
Painting a window for Christmas is a great way to add some extra cheer to your home. You can use window paints or markers in different colors and sizes, as well as glitter and sparkles, to create festive designs such as snowflakes, stars, and other holiday symbols.
With this easy project, you can transform any space into a winter wonderland! Here are some very creative ideas to get you inspired.
Dancing Snowman Christmas Party
The idea is to create a festive scene of dancing snowmen, inspired by the movie “The Snowman”.
To make use of this idea, you will need some white and black paint, as well as other colors to add details such as hats and scarves. You can also use glitter or sequins to add extra sparkle.
Snowy Winter Wonderland
The artist here has used bright colors and festive elements to create a cheerful and inviting display.
To make use of this idea, you could paint your own window with similar designs or purchase pre-made decals to apply to your windows. You could also add some extra decorations such as garlands, lights, or other festive items to complete the look.
The idea is to paint the windows of a conservatory with festive designs such as snowflakes, stars, and other holiday symbols.
This can be done using window paints or markers in different colors and sizes. To create an even more festive look, you could add glitter or sparkles to the design.
The mural features a winter wonderland scene with snowflakes, trees, and other festive elements.
To make use of this idea, you could create your own window painting using similar elements such as snowflakes, trees, and other festive decorations. You could also add in some personal touches like adding your own name or initials to the painting.
Christmas Tree Window Painting
Carina Thumbelina has painted a Christmas window for the salon, incorporating their two dogs Mia & Peanut into the design.
This is an excellent way to make use of animals in window decorations and add some personality to the display. To recreate this idea, you could start by sketching out your design on paper or digitally before painting it onto the window with acrylic paint or glass paint markers.
You could also incorporate other elements such as snowflakes, stars, trees and presents into your design to give it more of a festive feel.
Nutcracker or Toy Soldier
This story is about a window paint decoration idea featuring a Nutcracker or toy soldier. The artist starts with a white base and sketches out the design on the glass.
Then they block in the colors, blend them together, and add details to finish off the look. This could be used as inspiration for anyone looking to decorate their windows this holiday season! To make use of this idea, one would need some window paint, brushes, and other supplies such as masking tape or stencils if desired.
They would then sketch out their design on the glass before blocking in colors and blending them together. Finally, they add details like snowflakes or bows to complete their festive window painting!
This story is about a creative window paint decoration idea that combines Christmas and beach themes. The decorations include a snowman made of sand, Santa with a shark, and other festive elements like palm trees and snowflakes.
To make use of this idea, you could start by sketching out the design on paper or using an online drawing program. Then you can transfer the design to your window using either traditional window paint or removable vinyl decals.
The artist has created a series of illustrations featuring gingerbread people, snowflakes, and other winter-themed elements.
To make use of this idea, you would need to gather some supplies such as Sharpie markers or chalk paint and then draw out your design on the window. Once you have finished drawing your design, you can add color with either markers or chalk paint.
This idea is to paint a white Christmas wreath and a Holiday garland. It’s simple and minimalist but look great.
Gonk Christmas Window
This window paint decoration idea is a fun and festive way to get into the Christmas spirit. To make use of it, you’ll need some Posca pens, a window, and your creativity. Start by sketching out your design on the window with the Posca pens.
You can draw anything from snowflakes to Santa Claus or even a cute gonk like in this example. Once you have your design sketched out, start filling in the details with different colors of Posca pens.
The artist, SJ Design, has created a festive reindeer illustration that could be used to decorate windows or other surfaces.
A White Christmas
The design includes a white background with presents, baubles, and the names of the family members painted in bright colors.
To make use of this idea, you will need to gather some supplies such as acrylic paints, brushes, and masking tape. Start by taping off the edges of your window frame so that you don’t get paint on it.
Then begin painting your design onto the glass using your chosen colors. Once finished, carefully remove the tape and admire your work!
White and Silver Theme
This Instagram features a beautiful Christmas window decoration idea that uses white and silver as the main colors.
To make use of this idea, you can start by painting your window frame in white paint.
Then, draw or stencil on some festive designs using silver paint or glitter glue. Finally, add some finishing touches such as hanging garlands or stars from the top of the window to complete the look.
Christmas Town and Garland
You could draw or paint a large Christmas town with twinkling lights and decorations on it, as well as Father Christmas flying in the sky above it. You could also add some snowflakes or stars to give your window painting an extra festive touch!
Bookshop Window Mural
Yuval Zommer created an aurora borealis (northern lights) Christmas window display at Tales On Moon Lane in Ramsgate.
To recreate this look, you could use bright colors like blues, purples, and greens to create the northern lights effect on your windows. You could also add stars and other shapes to give it more of a magical feel.
Finally, you can add some festive elements, such as snowflakes or Christmas trees, to complete the look.
Snow Spray Art
The idea is to use snow spray art to create a scene from the movie Home Alone, featuring the Wet Bandits (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern).
To make use of this idea, you would need some snow spray paint, which can be found at most craft stores. You could then draw out the characters on your window using the spray paint and add details like Harry Lime’s hat or Marv Murchins’ yellow gloves.
Once you have finished painting your window, it will look like an exciting scene from Home Alone!
This story is about a Christmas window paint decoration idea that Hannah Chumbley created for the Shrewsbury Coffee House. The idea involves creating a gingerbread snowy village scene with hand-drawn window art.
To make use of this idea, you would need to gather supplies such as white and brown paint, brushes, and other materials needed to create the gingerbread village scene. You could also use stencils or templates to help create the shapes of the houses and trees in your design.
Once you have all your supplies ready, you can start painting your window with the white background color before adding details like snowflakes and trees using brown paint.
Finally, add some hand-drawn elements like stars or snowmen to complete your festive winter wonderland.
This story is a great example of how to use window paint decorations to create a festive atmosphere. Sarah suggests taking the time to slow down and be mindful in the run up to Christmas, and her idea for decorating windows with paint is an easy way to do this.
To make use of this idea, you could start by gathering some supplies such as window paint, brushes, stencils or stamps (if desired), and any other decorations you would like.
Then simply draw or paint your desired design onto the window pane – it could be anything from snowflakes and stars to reindeer or Santa Claus! Once finished, you can add extra sparkle with glitter glue or sequins if desired.
Candy Land Window
This story is about a window paint decoration idea that was created for Ruddi’s, a non-profit cafe and bakery in Slaithwaite. The artist used Posca Paint Pens to create a giant candy shop front style mural with lots of festive treats like gingerbread men, candy canes, and Christmas trees.
To make use of this idea, you could use the same materials to create your own window mural or display. You could also add some festive decorations like lights or garlands around the edges of the window to really bring it to life!
The Christmas paint idea in this story could be used to create beautiful window decorations for the holiday season. To make use of it, one could draw or paint festive designs on windows using Posca pens or other materials like acrylic paints and markers.
These designs could include snowflakes, stars, trees, reindeer, Santa Claus figures and more.
Additionally, hand lettering can be used to add messages such as “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”. Finally, adding some sparkle with glitter glue will give the decorations a magical touch!
Letters to Santa
The artist, Myro Doodles, has created a “Believe” window mural featuring tiny stamped addressed envelopes to Santa and other festive elements.
To make use of this idea, you could recreate the same design on your own windows or create something similar with your own unique spin. You could also use different colors and materials to give it an extra special touch.
Additionally, you could add some additional decorations such as lights or garlands around the window to really bring out the festive spirit!
Gift of Good Hair
This story features a creative window paint decoration idea for the holiday season. The artist has used chalk to create a festive design on the window of a hair boutique.
To make use of this idea, you could purchase some chalkboard paint and use it to create your own unique holiday-themed designs on windows or other surfaces in your home or business. You could also add some glitter or sparkles to give it an extra festive touch.
Christmas Snowglobe and Trees
This story features a window paint decoration idea that uses white line work to create a Christmas snow globe and trees. To make use of this idea, you will need some Posca pens, which are special markers designed for creating art on glass surfaces.
Start by sketching out the design with the Posca pens on the window surface. Once you have your design sketched out, start filling in the details with different colors of Posca pens to create a festive holiday scene.
White Christmas Bauble
This story features a classic white Christmas bauble design that can be used to decorate windows. To make use of this idea, you will need some white paint and a brush or sponge.
Start by painting the window frame with the white paint, then create circles on the glass using your brush or sponge. Once all of the circles are complete, draw lines connecting them to form a bauble shape.
Freehand Wreath Loveliness
This story is about a window artist who has created a beautiful freehand wreath design for @heartsforhomes. The design features hand-painted and hand-drawn elements, including a hand-lettered font.
This could be used as an idea for Christmas window decorations – simply recreate the same design on your own windows using paint or markers.
You can also use stencils to help you create the perfect look. With this festive decoration, you’ll be sure to spread some holiday cheer!