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Homemade window decorations


  • White glue
  • Food coloring or a small amount of poster paint
  • A few drops of cinnamon, peppermint, strawberry, and vanilla extract (optional)
  • One bowl per color
  • One squeezable bottle per color


  1. Pour approximately 1 cup of white glue into each bowl.
  2. Add a few drops of food coloring or poster paint to each bowl to create the desired colors.
  3. Add one type of extract to each bowl, if desired.
  4. Pour the contents of each bowl into a squeezable bottle.
  5. Deposit a variety of cookie cutters on a piece of waxed paper.
  6. Squeeze the bottles to fill the cookie cutter shapes (avoid filling them too much to limit drying time).
  7. Let dry for 24 hours before removing the shapes from the cookie cutters.
    8. Children will enjoy pressing them on windows just like the window clings found in stores.
    9. Avoid leaving the decorations in the same spot for a very long period of time, the food coloring (especially red) could stain the window. However, if you use poster paint, this will not happen.

The mixture can also be used as textured paint on cardboard or waxed paper without cookie cutters.

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