window crayon art ideas

Window Crayon Art Ideas – Tutorial for Bella Luna

Window crayons are a fun way to decorate your home for celebrations! If you’d like some tips and inspiration, check out the tutorial I created for Bella Luna’s Moon Child blog! In the post, you’ll find window crayon art ideas for autumn and Halloween but you’ll learn some tricks to apply for any season!

window crayon art spider web

Nothing says Halloween like spiders and spider-webs.

spider web window crayon
window crayon art ideas

A scarecrow for taking silly pictures! What other Halloween “window costumes” can you come up with?

window crayon autumn wreath

Just for fun, here are a few extra photos that aren’t featured in the tutorial.

autumn window crayon art

An autumn wreath will add cheer to your home all season long.

autumn window decor
kitpas window crayons

A playful scene for children to enjoy – a squirrel scurrying out of the rain with an acorn to store away for the winter.

You can purchase these Kitpas Window crayons from Bella Luna Toys. They are really fun to work with. They come in stick and block form. I personally prefer the stick ones.

kitpas window crayons

If you’re curious how well they glide over the windows, I would say fairly well. They don’t glide quite as well as I had imagined but I’m definitely a fan and they are way better than Crayola window crayons! They wash off well, but I find the red and black crayons to stain rags and window frames. So that’s something to keep in mind when you let your children use them.

kitpas window crayon art

Window Crayon Tutorial

Feeling inspired? Head on over to the tutorial for more window crayon art ideas!

Happy window-decorating!

Jessica

fall window decor

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Mushroom houses! Pumpkins! Salt dough seasonal display for your nature table! You can make all these things and more.

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