Decorating your windows for Christmas is always a good idea because, first of all, windows can add to the festive décor a lot, and second not every space can accommodate a Christmas tree, and if you want to celebrate with no tree, window décor is essential.
There are many ways to decorate your windows for the coming holidays: paint on them, attach paper decorations and stickers right to the glass, hang ornaments, wreaths and garlands of various kinds. Let’s have a look at the best and easiest window décor ideas to get your rooms ready for the holidays.
If you are looking for a cute, easy, and inexpensive way to decorate your windows for Christmas, this is the perfect project. All the materials were bought at a dollar store, so it won’t cost you much. The ornaments are taken in traditional colors but you can opt for any other.
Here’s another easy dollar store craft! Go to the Dollar Tree and get some large plastic snowflakes. Spray paint them if you want and then hang using twine.
Add a pretty holiday swag to your window treatments using large beaded garland. Drape a couple of garland strings over the curtain rod, securing them with tape on the back of the rod. For a finishing touch, wire elegant glass balls to the garland ends and top the balls with greenery.
This is an easy kids craft that can be done with your toddler and kids. These pretty bold ornaments of paper will be made in just some time and then you can attach them to the windows all together.
This décor idea won’t take any time if you have all the supplies at hand. Add two different sized strings of mercury glass and a fun window sill vignette to get a cool festive window.
This is my favorite idea for the window décor, so cute and simple! Attach a length of thread to each ornaments, in all different lengths. Tie a knot in the thread and set aside. When all ornaments have been threaded, loop the thread over the rod and bring the ornament back through it. Hang the ornaments at different height.
Do your kids love cutting out snowflakes? If they do, it’s high time to decorate your windows with them! Attach the snowflakes using methods you like and you may also add some quotes.
Love pinecones? Simply cut lengths of thread or fishing line, tie one end to the pinecone, and then tie the other end to your curtain rod or tape it to the wall. Vary the height of the pinecones for visual interest.
Make these beautiful and natural snowflakes with your glue gun! Read the full tutorial to make cute ones and how to attach them to the windows.
Make these little bittersweet wreaths to hang on the window, they will add a festive touch. Read how to make them in the source.
These amazing paper decorations are super easy to make because there are free templates for each! just print them out, cut out and attach to the windows. You can also ask your kids to do that and let them expriment with the printings.