Dry Erase Markers on Windows and Mirrors

2 Materials
10 Minutes

Dry erase markers aren't just for white boards. They can be used on windows and mirrors too. Use them to write reminders for your family on the bathroom mirror, or front door. Use them to decorate during the holidays! Let your kids and grand kids have a whole window to have fun on!

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You'll need dry erase markers.

For this example, I'm using a Cutting Edge Stencil to decorate my back door. Tape the stencil to the window using painters tape to hold in place. Color in the stencil with the dry erase marker, and carefully remove the stencil.

These stencils are great because they are flexible and yet firm. They clean up very nice as well.

What's great about the dry erase markers is that they just wipe off.

Leave reminders or messages for your family on windows or mirrors.

Let's decorate a mirror with the Cutting Edge Stencil next...

Tape the stencil to the mirror with the painters tape.

Color in the stencil.

Carefully remove the stencil.

That's it, and it just wipes right off when your done. Stencil or no stencil my kids have a blast when I give them the dry erase markers and an entire window to draw and color on.

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Suggested materials:
  • Dry erase markers
  • Stencil
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  • ReneJackson ReneJackson on Nov 06, 2016
    Where did you buy the stencils
  • Judy Russell Judy Russell on Nov 06, 2016
    Will the artwork smear/run if the windows get fogged up with condensation on a cold day?
  • Missie Padoleski Missie Padoleski on Nov 06, 2016
    Cling film will destroy your seal by creating heat in your windows. What are the dangers of using dru erase
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