Design tips: Window decorations for autumn and winter: do it yourself or buy it?

Not only the window sill invites you to decorate: The glass fronts can also be artistically decorated in just a few simple steps.

Design tips: Window decorations for autumn and winter: do it yourself or buy it?

Not only the window sill invites you to decorate: The glass fronts can also be artistically decorated in just a few simple steps. You don't even have to spend money for this, as long as you have paper and scissors, a pencil and scotch tape to hand. Here you can even actively involve your children, who can let their creativity run free when crafting window pictures. And even if you don't have the right accessories at hand, there are a variety of great decorative elements on the Internet that ensure winter window decoration. Depending on which variant you choose, you will have to help a little with the implementation. Below are a few design ideas.

This crafting tip is very easy and also cheap: all you need to make snowflakes is a white sheet of paper, scissors and a pencil. To then stick the window pictures to the panes, you need some adhesive tape. If you prefer to cut out colored snowflakes, you can of course also use colored construction paper. How you can create small works of art from a sheet in a few minutes is explained in the following video:

This video explains clearly how to make snowflakes.

And another tip: There are also self-adhesive window stickers with a snowflake design that you can easily attach to the pane. There are different sizes included in this 108-piece set.

The following design ideas offer at least as much fun for young and old: chalk pencils and window color. The former has the advantage that the window decoration for the winter can be attached just as easily as it can be wiped off. The liquid chalk in the pens sticks particularly well to smooth surfaces such as glass, so you can get creative with them. Alternatively, the removable window paints are particularly practical for creating your own pictures and then sticking them on the glass.

When it comes to window decorations for the winter, the panes don't necessarily have to be decorated. The window sill is just as suitable. There you can, for example, set up decorative elements such as vases in cold blue tones, suitable for the season. They look great on their own, but can also be filled with decorative elements: artificial magnolias or twigs, flowering twigs or willow willow enhance the look of any vase even more.

Even if furniture stores are currently closed, there is still the opportunity to shop online for window decorations for the winter. Geometric shapes, reindeer heads, lamps and fruit bowls made of steel are particularly good for this, as they come into their own in the winter months, despite the cold colour. Especially when they are filled with "life" (i.e. candles or fruit).

A classic in the wintertime is the poinsettia, which adorns countless windows when it's cold and uncomfortable outside. It doesn't matter whether it's made of wood or paper - the only important thing is that the star contains a small LED lamp so that you can make it shine at any time when darkness falls. In this model, the light is even controlled by a remote control, so you can remotely activate the string of lights it contains.

Or you can make your own paper stars out of construction paper: there are also a variety of wintry motifs that are ideal for decorative window pictures.

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