Paint A Tree In A Baby Nursery
The baby nursery room should have a pleasant and happy environment. There are so many ideas to decorating your baby nursery room. One example is paint a tree in a baby nursery. Here are the instructions for you. Find a picture to use as a reference. Decide on the location where it will be painted in the nursery. Use chalk to mark off the wall area where the tree will be painted; your chalk outline can also help indicate boundaries your tree should not pass. Use painter’s tape or masking tape to block out the basic area of the tree trunk and branches. Tape should be at least one and one-half times the width of the eventual branches. The tree trunk should be widest at the base and gradually taper toward the top. Tree branches are widest at the point extending from the trunk, and taper to a point at the end of the branch. Pay close attention to how the limbs branch: Trees usually branch unevenly into one or two branches. Divide the branches as many times as you wish, but continue to make the outer branches shorter and thinner.
Use a pencil to draw an outline of the tree branches on the tape. Use a hobby knife to cut along the outline of the tree drawn on the tape. Peel away the inside portion to create a stencil. Use a small wallpaper edge roller to roll down the edges of the tape stencil. Paint inside the stencil to create the tree branches. Let the paint dry completely before removing the tape. Use a pencil to draw the leaves and any flowers you wish to add freehand. Paint in the leaves and finish the ends of the branches to complete the tree in your baby nursery room.