Whether you’re looking to decorate your home for the festive season in order to impress your family and friends or to host Christmas festivities, it’s well worth taking the effort to decorate your windows for the holidays. To discover a few handy tips which will totally transform the look of your windows and which will bring a bit of festive cheer to your street, simply continue reading to discover how to decorate your windows for the holidays.
How to Decorate Your Windows During the Holidays:
Decorate your windows with clear static clings and a sticker maker:
If you’re the proud parent of young children, you may want to let them help you decorate some of the windows in your home with fun, removable clear static clings. As an example, you can easily purchase window static cling which feature Santa Claus, Rudolph the rednosed reindeer and Frosty the snowman. You can even purchase easy to remove, holiday themed static clings which feature a scene from the North Pole. Alternatively you can’t go wrong purchasing a sticker maker and creating your very own holiday themed window stickers.
Use snow spray in order to create the illusion that it’s been snowing:
If you live in a city which rarely experiences snow during Christmas, you can add a bit of snow to your windows by using a fun snow spray. That works just like spray paint and which is easily removable once Christmas has passed and all of your family’s presents have been unwrapped. If you’re looking for a bit of design inspiration you may want to outline the edges of your windows with fake snow or you may want to use fake snow as the backdrop to place your window stickers. As an example, you could place a snowman wall sticker on top of a base of fake snow.
Ask your kids to make you a few homemade DIY icicles:
Simply fold white sheets of cardboard or paper in half and get your children to use safety scissors to cut out fun snowflakes. Once they’ve finished cutting out their snowflakes simply open the cardboard or paper back up and you’ll have symmetrical, decorative snowflakes which you’ll be able to hang in your windows. Alternatively you can also use blue tac or double sided tape to stick individual icicles on each of your home’s windows.
Hang white tinsel around the borders of your windows:
Another way to simulate the look of snow is to simply purchase a bit of white tinsel which you’ll be able to use in order to line the borders of your home’s windows. Alternatively you may want to opt for red or green Christmas tinsel if you’d like your house to stand out from the street.
Hang up fairy lights or Christmas lights in your windows:
One of the easiest ways to totally transform the look of your windows for the holidays is to hang up Christmas lights in your windows. If you’re looking for a classic look, opt for traditional fairy lights while if you want your home to stand out opt for multi-color Christmas lights.
So if you’re keen to give your home a holiday makeover, it’s well worth starting off by giving your home’s windows a holiday makeover, by using all of the festive tips which are listed above.