Chirstmas Display Window Ideas

Written by chance e. gartneer
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Chirstmas Display Window Ideas
A decorated Christmas tree draws the eye to your window display. (christmas-tree image by Maria Brzostowska from

A window display offers more than just the opportunity for window shopping. It can create an overall mood and atmosphere and convey an important or sentimental message. The Christmas season is one that is full of ideas for constructing a successful window scene. Christmas display windows can send a sweet holiday message while helping to boost your sales.

Santa's Workshop

Take rectangular coffee tables and place them lengthwise. Cover the tables with butcher paper. Dress child mannequin as elves, and place them sitting around the table with different toys in front of them. Also, place tools on the table, like screwdrivers, hammers and scissors. Put a decorated Christmas tree toward the back of either side of the display and dress a male mannequin up as Santa, with full beard and belly, reading through a list of names. Decorate the back wall of the display with more butcher paper, attaching big blue snowflakes and candy canes.

Miniature Winter Scene

Recreate a miniature town with houses, buildings, churches and townspeople with model train sets. Attach pulled apart cotton balls around the scene so as to appear as snowfall. Create a frozen lake with a piece of poster board or cardboard coloured bluish-grey, and attach saran wrap on top to give it an icy look. Place ice-skating people on top of the ice. Put a miniature Christmas tree in the middle of town and place a model set of carolers next to it. Include other townspeople around the display and have model cars in the streets.

Christmas Morning

Place a Christmas tree in the back corner of the display and set up typical living room furniture centred in the front, like a couch and arm chair. Have a family of mannequins, such as a father, mother, son and daughter, in their pyjamas. Place the mother and father on the furniture and have the children on the floor opening up presents. Place toys and crushed wrapping paper around the children. On the side opposite the Christmas tree, construct an artificial fireplace and mantel with stockings hanging off of it.

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