Attend the International Window Drawing Weeks!
Together let’s draw the World’s longest Window Drawing!
Yes, it's that time again! From November 29 to December 31, 2021 we celebrate the Window Drawing Weeks. Starring the edding chalk markers – we invite you, your friends and your family to connect, create and decorate the end of 2021. In this festive way we show that we are connected during the most atmospheric time of the year!
Want to join the fun? Getting involved is simple, follow the steps below and upload a picture of your window drawing. All submissions are automatically entered into our competition, where you might be the lucky winner of an amazing edding prize bundle!
So go on – join the fun and leave your mark with edding.
How to participate in the Window Drawing Weeks 2021
Submissions open 29th November 2021 – 31st December 2021
Participation is fun and at the same time very simple. Follow the steps below and post it on social media with the hashtag #WindowDrawingWeeks. Who knows, you might win a nice prize too! The steps are explained below.
Not quite clear yet how to make such a beautiful window drawing? Then watch the tutorials of Cynthia and Karin in step 3! Don't forget to share your window drawing with the rest of the world with the hashtag #WindowDrawingWeeks.
Step 1 - Design your Window Drawing
Design your window drawing
You start with a design. You can make these yourself with our template generator, you can draw something freehand, but of course you can also download and print our special window drawing templates. Stick the template on the window and start tracing!
Note: if you want the drawing to be readable from the outside, stick the mirror image on the outside. You can then trace the drawing from the inside.
Step 2 - Choose the right chalk marker
edding chalk marker
All you need to make a window drawing is a nice clean window and a good chalk marker. The edding chalk markers have water-based liquid chalk, so you can easily remove the window drawing with a wet cloth.
Our edding chalk markers
Choose the right chalk marker
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Step 3 - Draw your Window Drawing!
When you have your design and chalk marker to hand, you can start drawing. Not quite sure about your window drawing skills? Karin and Cynthia show you through a tutorial how they make a window drawing, as well as a few additional handy hints and tips!
Step 4 - Take a picture
Take a picture
When you’ve finished your Window Drawing take a clear photograph ready for uploading or posting.
It is best to take a photo in the evening (without flash), when you are subjected to less sunlight and reflections on the window.
To ensure that all window drawings are nicely connected, it is best to photograph a little extra space around your window. Think of the frame and a piece of wall. In this way the houses and drawings are connected to each other.
Step 5 - Upload your Window Drawing
Upload your Window Drawing
Help us to create something big.
This year we want to draw the World’s longest Window Drawing! Will you be participating?
Share with the #WindowDrawingWeeks your Window Drawing with us between 29th November – 31st December 2021 or upload it via the button below and you will get a chance to win great prizes!
Step 6 - Win
When you have uploaded or posted your window drawing with one of the following hashtags: #windowdrawingweeks #raamtekenweken #fenstermalwochen #semainesfenetrescreatives, it will be added to the longest window drawing in the world. But not only that… you also immediately compete for one of the many prizes!
Share with friends, family or your neighbours!
Share your window drawing on your socials and inspire your friends, family or neighbours to make the longest window drawing in the world together.
You can find your window drawing on our website among all uploaded window drawings, but also via social media when you share your image with #Windowdrawingweeks or with one of the following hashtags: #raamtekenweken #fenstermalwochen #semainesfenetrescreative