Decorate for Fall with Pazzles Window Cling

I can remember how much fun it was to decorate the windows with seasonal designs using Window Cling kits I ordered through a catalog. (This was wa-a-y before the internet!!) The kids and I had so much fun deciding which piece went where. When we drove up to the house we could see the designs from the outside too. I loved it because I didn’t have to deal with tape on my walls or thumbtacks making holes that would need to be filled later on. Sometimes I was disappointed that I couldn’t find a set for the event I wanted. Now, I never have that problem since I can cut my own window clings on my Inspiration using the Pazzles Window Cling kit.

I have made window clings for birthdays, holidays and other celebrations over the last few years. Recently, the leaves turning colors in my yard inspired me to make some Autumn window clings. After I had cut them I wasn’t sure they looked the way I had envisioned them in my mind. I really wanted to shade them so that the leaves looked more realistic.

I had recently purchased a large pack of colored Sharpie markers at my local Costco. They were so reasonably priced that I succumbed to temptation and bought them with no clear idea of what to do with them. I was really excited to find out that they worked great to color the window cling material. The ink didn’t dry right away so it could be blended but once it was dry it didn’t rub off. I could use cotton swabs for blending and clean everything up with an alcohol pad. It was so SIMPLE!! You can use any alcohol based pen so if you are lucky enough to have Copic markers those will work too.

I made all of the leaves and the pumpkin using only a small portion of the Window Cling in the kit. I figure that I can make at least 8 – 10 different groupings of designs from a kit. That works out to under $2 per design group which is a very good value.

Be sure to watch my video tutorial on the blending techniques. Then have some fun making your windows more cheerful for Fall!!


Pazzles Window Cling kit helps you make fun window decorations for any celebration or holiday. In this video you will learn how to use markers to add shading and details to your designs. Learn which pens will work to color the cling and what tools you will need to apply and blend the colors.




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6 thoughts on “Decorate for Fall with Pazzles Window Cling

  • Paula Massey

    Thanks for the tip on colouring the window clings. I have ProMarkers which are similar to Copics so will give it a try. That also means that we should be able to ink up our rubber stamps with the pens and get our favourite designs onto the cling, how exciting:-)

  • Paula Massey

    Tried watching the video on PC but found it was breaking up and not able to watch past the 3.42 mark. Will try again on another machine and see if it’s any better:-)

  • Christine Post author

    It did seem to have a problem the first time I tried it but I just tried again and all was well. There is some construction and digging going on near Pazzles so maybe there was some temporary interference.

  • Victoria Kee

    I not only use window clings on the windows….but on mirrors in the bathroom as well as my kitchen cabinet doors. I have always bought kits to do this. It can get pricey. This is good to know about!

  • Paula Massey

    Just managed to watch the video but had to keep going back a little way to get it to play. Persevered and very glad, great video with fab tips and can’t wait to try:-)

  • Amanda

    It could be the speed of your internet connection, maybe next time open the window, press play, and then let it sit for a while. That will give the player a chance to download ahead of you so that it won’t pause on you while you watch. Glad you liked the video and HTH 🙂