This long-lasting and sticky art project will have kids experimenting with art for hours… or days!


  • clear contact paper
  • scissors
  • sticky tape
  • anything you like to decorate with
    (we used colored matchsticks/toothpicks, bottle tops and cupcake liners)
  • a window



    1. Cut a large square of clear contact paper and tape it to your window with the sticky side out.

    2. Put tape in each corner and halfway along each side so it won't move or bunch up when you pull things off.

    3. Press your matchsticks (or whatever you've chosen to work with) to the adhesive to build different designs and pictures. We were able to reposition even the delicate cupcake liners without tearing them.

    What shapes will you make?

Caz is the mother of two little girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder and a blogger at A Little Learning For Two. She and her girls share ideas for making learning fun and building sensory, motor and imaginary play skills. Taking on autism one toilet roll craft at a time!

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