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DIY Window Clings

DIY Window Clings

Decorate your windows with simple and colorful homemade window clings. Kids can customize their own stained-glass creation with as many colors as they’d like using McCormick® Food Colors and Egg Dye.
  • 10m

    prep time

  • 4



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  • Mix glue and dish soap in small bowl. Stir in food color(s) until well mixed.

    Test Kitchen Tip: Prepare as many colors as you would like, making separate batches of glue mixture for each desired color.

  • Secure a piece of plastic wrap or plastic sheet protector to a flat surface. Paint desired design onto plastic. Allow to dry completely, about 8 to 10 hours, depending on the thickness of the Cling. Carefully peel the Window Cling from the plastic and adhere to the window.

    Test Kitchen Tip: Window Clings are easily removed from window when you are done enjoying your artwork. Clean windows as desired to remove any residue that may remain.

  • Helpful Tips:

    • Use a cookie cutter, stencil, or secure a coloring sheet under the plastic to help create designs.

    • Window Clings may dry out over time. If Cling becomes too dry and no longer adheres to the window, sprinkle or brush a small amount of water on the “sticky-side” of the Cling and replace on window.

    • With parental approval, Window Cling designs can be painted directly on the window. To avoid drips, paint design in multiple coats, allowing each coat to dry completely.

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