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Small Kids Moment: Valentine’s Day Window Art

By Nichole |

My daughter and I have done our fair share of crafts together.

I’ve loved some and have been disappointed by others, but I never thought I’d enjoy a project as much as I loved making the glitter play dough last month.

But yesterday, glitter play dough became our second favorite project.

My friend Merry recently shared with me a recipe for homemade window clings. I loved how hers turned out so much that I couldn’t wait to make them with Katie. We both absolutely loved this project!

When I have all of the ingredients on hand and clean up is this easy? I’m a happy mom.

Although our window clings are Valentine’s Day themed, you could do these for any holiday or even just because.

Here’s what you’ll need for this project:

  • white school glue
  • liquid dish soap
  • food coloring
  • glitter (optional)
  • bowls
  • paintbrushes
  • wooden skewer (optional)
  • plastic page protector
  • template (we found our heart template here)

And here’s what you’ll do:

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Gather up your ingredients.

You can also find Nichole over at in these small moments and on Facebook and Twitter too!

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About Nichole

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Nichole Beaudry lives in Sacramento, California with her husband Craig, their daughter Katie and baby boy Matthew. In her former life she was a college English professor, now she shares some of her small moments in her Practicing Gratitude column each week at SheKnows and works at AllParenting as the Assignments Editor. She was a contributor to Babble, and currently keeps a personal blog, In These Small Moments.

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14 thoughts on “Small Kids Moment: Valentine’s Day Window Art

  1. Merry120 says:

    Beautiful! I think Evan and I need to make some Valentine’s Day ones!

  2. Alison@Mama Wants This says:

    So cute, love it.

  3. kt says:

    I am definitely trying this!!

  4. Rachel {at} Mommy Needs a Vacation says:

    These are SO adorable!!! Love!

  5. Kristen S- Craft Gossip says:

    This craft is so cool…my girls are going to love this ! Just posted on Craft Gossip!

    http://lessonplans.craftgossip.com/?p=5469

  6. Kim - Shabby Chic Sewing says:

    Wow! I love this tutorial. Thanks for posting it. I can’t wait to have a go with my daughter…she will really enjoy this.

    Best wishes, Kim

    shabbychicsewing.blogspot.com

  7. lindy says:

    Neat! How much of each ingredient do you use?

  8. Ellen Taylor says:

    SUCH A FUN TUTORIAL FOR THE KIDS. THANKS FOR SHARING!

  9. Crafty Momma says:

    I made this window clingy recipe and they turned out so cute! However, they did not cling (stick) to the window for me!? I made some thick & some thinner and in various sizes, and none of them would cling to the window! What did I do wrong?

  10. Meredith Carroll says:

    I just did this with my older daughter. So much fun! Thanks, Nichole.

  11. Pat Longly says:

    This is great project I want to try this with school kids and grandkids!!

  12. Veri says:

    I made these today in different sizes and they turned out so cute but didnt stick to the window. :(

  13. Laura says:

    I made these today too and they turned out cute but I also had problems getting them to stick to the window.

  14. kaslynn says:

    making them right now and so cute

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