In tough times, it's important to come together as a community. But when we can't reach out for a hug or talk face to face, we find creative ways to share the love. If you've strolled through your neighborhood lately, you may have seen colorful hearts decorating the windows of homes and businesses. This is a crafty way your neighbors are letting you know that they care about you, that we're all in this together. Hearts are lovely but we know a few kiddos who might want to add their favorite characters into the mix. So we've designed these printable window art cutouts to help you and your family add a unique Fun.com-style touch to your windows!
Are you ready to reach out via your windowpane? All it takes is a little tape, time, and our printable cutouts! Or you could turn these cutouts into stencils for window painting, sidewalk chalk, or anything you want! Simply glue the designs to cardboard or something sturdy, cut out the features you want to show on your sidewalk, and you'll be ready to decorate!
Click on any image to open the full-resolution version. You can download the free printable window art cutouts at the bottom of this article!
Paw Patrol Window Cutout
"No job is too big, no pup is too small!"
Catboy Window Cutout
"It's time to be a hero!"
Owlette Window Cutout
We're "owl" in this together.
Gekko Window Cutout
"Easy peasy lizard squeezy!"
Batman Window Cutout
"A hero can be anyone..."
Spider-Man Window Cutout
"I believe there's a hero in all of us."
Avengers Window Cutout
"I still believe in heroes." - Nick Fury
Simba Window Cutout
Aladdin Window Cutout
"Phenomenal cosmic power...itty bitty living space."
Kermit Window Cutout
"Someday we'll find it, the Rainbow Connection. The lovers, the dreamers, and me."
Printable Window Art Cutouts
Click here to open the free printable window art cutout templates in a new window, then download or print.
What was your favorite? Did your kids love putting their favorite PJ Masks character in the window? Or did they turn Aladdin's lamp into a magical drawing on the sidewalk? Tell us about it in the comments!
Window art projects designed by Amanda Anez