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Low forest chalkboard wall

Guide by : Paul

How to create a low forest chalkboard wall. Dimensions should be adjusted to fit your walls.

Low forest chalkboard wall

step 1

Low chalkboard walls 1

Measure the area you are looking to transform.

step 2

Low chalkboard walls 2

Break the section into 3 parts, the sections can be different widths to create a visually playful area.

step 3

Low chalkboard walls 3

Plan out your trees. The trees don't need to sit centre of each section. Use the stencil guide to mark out your tree shapes. As we are creating a single block area the tree shapes should overlap on this occasion.

step 4

Low chalkboard walls 4

Fill the area with blackboard paint.

step 5

Low chalkboard walls 5

Add the stencils from the stencil pack to create the details.

step 6

Low chalkboard walls 6

Tape and fill in the area with paint between the base of the stencil and the skirting board.

step 7

Low chalkboard walls 7

You can use stencil 2A and 2B to change the tree trunks and the leaf stencil to add some details.


Wall stencil packs

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.

TREE STENCIL KIT

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