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“Window Clings”


  • White glue
  • Food coloring or bio colors
  • Wax paper (shinny side), foil (smooth side) or transparency sheets (this works best)
  • Flat plastic candy molds


-- Mix glue and coloring

-- Pour into small squirt bottles

-- On wax paper make a design with colored glue

-- It is best if it is a continuous line

-- Let dry for at least 1 day

-- Peal off and stick on window




-- Use candy molds

-- Fill with colored glue

-- For layers or multi colors use a paint brush

-- To fill in areas with different colors.

-- Let dry this may take a day or so depending how deep it was

-- Peal off and stick on window



-- Store in plastic freezer baggies

-- Do not use in direct sunlight—they may melt

-- Do not get wet—they will melt



-- To remove stick ums just peel off

-- If there is residue left just wipe with window cleaner

-- If it is thick use a paint scrapper to remove then do above.

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