Full forest chalkboard wall
How to create a full width chalkboard forest wall. Dimensions should be adjusted to fit your walls
Measure the wall and break the wall into equal sections
Clearly mark each section.
Use stencil 1 from the stencil pack to set the baseline of the chalkboard area.
Measure 130cm up from the baseline to create the top of the area.
Now we need to find the centre of each section. In our example we are using 37.5 cm as our sections are 75cm wide. Measure the equivalent distance down from the top line.
Repeat for each section
Take a pencil and a piece of string slightly longer than half the width of the section. Our section width is 75cm, halved is 37.5cm. Our string length is 40cm. Tie the pencil to one end and add blu tac to the other end.
Press the blu tac on the centre point previously marked out and draw half a circle.
Repeat for each section.
Masking tape the base line of the area. The masking tape should on set on the outside of the baseline created in step 3.
Fill the area with blackboard paint.
Use the stencils to add the details.
You can use the stencils in different ways to create different tree trunk heights and depth.
Wall stencil pack
Our children’s wall stencils are an easy, inexpensive and versatile way to create unique woodland landscapes in children’s bedrooms. Plus, they allow you the freedom to position and customise your design in featured colours to suit the child.