Giant Monster Window Art

So, today we decided to turn our front window into a giant monster.

Now that’s a sentence you don’t hear everyday.

May I introduce…Frankenwindow!

Frankenwindow- Giant Monster Window Art at Twodaloo

Isn’t he gnarly?

Here’s what we used to make him (affiliate links provided- they keep us in googly eyes):

  • Clear Contact paper
  • Green tissue paper (face)
  • Black yarn (hair)
  • Black construction paper (mouth and pupils)
  • Paper plates (eyes)
  • Black artist tape/painter’s tape (stitches)

We made three separate collages that added up to one window of AWESOME.

Frankenwindow- Giant Monster Window Art at Twodaloo

  First, the hair.  I cut up a large pile of yarn. The twins did the rest.

Frankenwindow- Giant Monster Window Art at Twodaloo

Next, the face. The twins did the ripping and the sticking. Lots of great fine motor practice. I outlined the mouth and they filled it in with the black construction paper. All I did was help them fill in any gaps. To finish off our creation, I made a few stitches using the black tape and stuck some large circles of black construction paper on two white paper plates for the eyes.

Frankenwindow- Giant Monster Window Art at Twodaloo
The kids love him. They call him “Frank” and tell him what they want for Christmas.

Hey. They aren’t even three yet. Cut ’em some slack- we’re having fun 😉

Looking for more not-so-scary Halloween activities for your little ones? Click on the photo below for our entire Halloween collection, including those fabulous sticky witch hats!

Sticky Witch Hat from Twodaloo


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  1. Stephanie this one is absolutely fantastic!!! Need to revamp our windows just to make window crafts! Soo cute :)

  2. This is such a creative display for Halloween! I love it. Such a great idea to use the clear contact paper. So cute!

    • Stephanie says:

      Thanks so much! We had a blast doing it (and I was super sad to take him down this weekend). Now, what to replace him with…;)

  3. This is so cool! It came out so well!

  4. Love this idea! I found it on Pinterest and was not surprised at all that it came from you!!! You have such creative ideas. You inspired us to make a similar Jack-o-Lantern :) It was entertaining for all 3 of my wee ones – And that doesn’t happen often with a 10 year spacing!

    • Stephanie says:

      Oooh! I’d love to see that! Thanks so much for your lovely comment- I’m so glad we inspired you!


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