Halloween DIY Window Clings {so easy and fun!} | Kid Friendly Things To Do

Making window clings  is so much fun to do. It’s really the perfect craft and activity all rolled into one for any holiday. All you need is a couple of supplies, and an imagination to haunt your windows or mirrors with these Halloween DIY Window Clings.

window clings craft for Halloween

DIY Window Clings for Halloween…

window clings craft for Halloween

You can really get carried away haunting your house with your own window clings. It’s really easy to do. I made my images free style, but you can easily print off some clip-art and trace some easy images.

Do you love Halloween? Try these other fun Halloween Projects…

Making your own Fabric Ghosts

Easy Spider Craft for Kids 

Graham Cracker Haunted House


Here’s What You’ll Need for your own Halloween DIY Window Clings…

  • Puffy Paint – an assortment of Halloween colors
  • Parchment Paper
  • Optional – Halloween Print Outs (like clip-art images) for tracing over

easy window clings to make


window clings craft for Halloween

  • Once you know what you want to make, just use the puffy paint colors to draw your image by squeezing out the puffy paint onto the parchment paper
  • Don’t be stingy with the amount of puffy paint you use per image. Make the puffy paint a little thick (puffy). This will ensure that it doesn’t rip when you pull it off of the parchment paper. A thin layer may tear

window clings for Halloween

  • *The Jack-O-Lantern I’m peeling away from the parchment paper was one that I made by filling in the orange around the black face expressions. That way you can see the design from both sides of the window. I also did that with my haunted house so the yellow windows would show on both sides
  • Let your images dry overnight, and peel off your puffy paint design

making window clings with puffy paint

  • Stick them to your mirrors, and/or windows
  • *the shiny side will stick better to your window. If you want to place the flat side against the window, I’ve had success by adding a drop of water to the edges of the flat side

Tips and Tricks for making Window Clings with the kids…

  • If you are using a printable just place it under the parchment paper and trace it with your puffy paint
  • If your cling won’t stick try turning it around so the shiny side is facing the window
  • Another tip is to add a dab of water to the cling so it will adhere to the window a little better

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