Use Snowflake Coloring Pages to Make Glow-in-the-Dark Window Clings

Glow-in-the-dark snowflake window clings can help create winter magic in warmer climates.

Because, let’s face it. We don’t get snow very often in Texas. And we’re not alone here. But that does not stop us from dreaming about snow, snowflakes, icicles, and even the chilly temperatures!

Using a set of snowflake coloring pages, we created window clings using wax paper and glow-in-the-dark fabric paint. We have a set of glowing snowflakes to remind my kiddos it is indeed winter time!

DIY window clings for kids to make

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Make Snowflake Glow-in-the-Dark Window Clings

Supplies needed:

  • Snowflake coloring pages
  • Fabric paint
  • Wax or freezer paper

Snowflake Coloring Pages for Kids

Download here:

There are two choices of coloring sheets to use: lots of snowflakes & our giant snowflake coloring page.

First, print your snowflakes.

Second, cut a piece of freezer paper to cover the coloring page.

Then, carefully, trace the lines of your snowflakes with the paint. We used glow-in-the-dark fabric paint. Fabric paint is bendable and clings the best to the window surface. And glow-in-the paint is just plain fun!

We used Tulip Glow Paint. I am itching to play with this Glowing Neon colors set!

You want to be careful to not jostle your art work so the paint lines don’t become smudged.

If you have problems getting your cling to stick, try lightly wiping the back of your cling with a damp rag. We needed to do that to ours after it fell down in the night.

DIY window clings for kids to make

Kids have so much fun sticking these on the windows throughout the house!

When you’re done with your window-cling snowflakes, be sure to check out our winter-themed coloring pages:

Tell us all about your window-clings in the comments! 

23 Comments

  1. I love this idea! Thanks for sharing, this is too cool!

  2. What a fun idea!! We live in New England and have plenty of snow but our Texas cousins might enjoy this version of snow flakes. Thanks for sharing via Family Fun Friday.

  3. very fun

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  4. This is beyond cool! I’ll be sharing this one for sure! 🙂
    Thanks so much for linking up at Sharing Time!
    ~Heather Lynne

  5. What a great idea and a fun indoor activity during the winter months! Pinned it! Thanks for sharing. Stopping by from the Family Friday Link Up 🙂

  6. I love these window clings! We don’t get snow where I live either. I’m happy that now we can have snowflakes glowing in our window instead!

  7. Thanks Katie! I know how you feel! It is fun to see the snow on the window.

  8. Very cool! Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays! x

  9. I love it! What a clever idea! And, thank you for stopping by Shine a Spotlight Saturday and sharing! See you next Saturday! ”Deb at DialMforMoms.com

  10. They look really great! May have to get some fabric paint and give something similar a go

  11. What a neat idea! Thanks for linking up with us at our Weekend Wind-Down Party!

  12. Next time we get a major snowfall, I’ll send you some virtually! Thanks for sharing and linking up with us at #WWDParty. Happy Monday.

  13. Thank you!!! And we totally appreciate the virtual snow!

  14. Thanks Sarah! We appreciate it.

  15. Thanks Deb! We love what you do each week.

  16. This is the cutest idea for families! Snow or not these would be perfect for adding a little something to the windows!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

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