- Laminating paper or any clear plastic paper
- Window glass paints
- Masking tape
*Actual supplies shipped with your art kit may be subject to change without notice based on availability. We strive to have substituted items be of equal or greater value.
Do It Yourself Steps
1. Draw Design onto Paper
Use your pencil to draw an epic design onto your paper. If you are making a window sticky of your name and you want all the letters to be connected, make sure you draw your letters so that they are touching each other.
2. Secure Laminating Paper onto Design
Once you have your design, place your laminating paper on top and secure it with some masking tape.
3. Create Your Image with Window Paints
Now for the fun part. Trace and color in your design, using your window paints. Apply a fairly thick coat of paint to make sure you cover your entire design and that the different colors touch each other, otherwise your whole project will come apart once it dries.
4. Use Toothpicks and Paper Towel For Corrections
Don’t worry if you don’t get it perfect the first time, this project requires a little bit of practice to figure out the perfect squeezing pressure as well as a steady hand. If you do make a mistake, you can use a toothpick to try and fix it or you can carefully wipe the area off with a damp paper towel.
5. Let Your Creation Dry
When you’re completely finished, allow your project to dry for several hours or overnight. You’ll know it is ready by touching it gently with your fingers. It should feel like plastic and have absolutely no tackiness. Most importantly it should not stick to your fingers!
6. Peel Image off Laminating Paper
Gently, peel off your window sticky masterpiece from the laminating paper.
7. Clean Up Edges With Scissors
If you have any messy looking edges you can use your scissors to gently trim these off.
8. Place Window Stickers Almost Anywhere
Slap your finished product on a window, fridge, or any smooth, glassy surface. Nice!