Snowy Windows and Mirrors

2 Materials
5 Minutes
Making snowy windows and mirrors is easy and inexpensive.

You'll need:
A stencil - mine is from Cutting Edge Stencils
Spray Snow - mine came from Walmart
Painters Tape

Let's start with the mirror first. You can use any mirror - your bathroom, a decorative mirror in your home, or you can buy one from the store so you can move it around. This one came from Dollar Tree.

Use the painters tape to hold the stencil in place.

Spray on the snow.

Carefully remove the stencil and you're done.

Now on to the windows.

Tape the stencil into place with the painters tape.

Spray your window with the snow.

Carefully remove the stencil.

The above was my back door, next is my front door.

Tape into place.


Remove stencil carefully.

This is front the inside. The next picture is from the outside. The glare was hard to avoid, sorry about that. It looks much better live.

This Cutting Edge Stencil was really easy to use because it was firm enough to hold it's shape and yet flexible at the same time so I could secure it in place easily. It's easy to clean the stencil for reuse with this project as well. You simply wash it off, and let it dry.

When you're ready to remove the it, wipe off the dried snow the best you can, and then use Windex or your favorite window cleaner to finish the job.

Easy and your kids or grand kids can help you do it too.

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Suggested materials:
  • Santa Snow   (Walmart)
  • Cutting Edge Stencils   (Cutting Edge Stencils)
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  • Kristina Pluck Yeiter Kristina Pluck Yeiter on Dec 19, 2016
    This looks awesome where do u get the stencils?

  • Jen Gimelli Jen Gimelli on Oct 19, 2017
    Where did you get that stencil from, love it!

  • Mary Mary on Dec 13, 2018

    Does the snow dry? or will if come off if you touch it? I want to put it on my door and it might get touched a little bit.

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