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Jungle mural, jungle chalkboard, tiger mural, free mural design tiger blackboard, tiger chalk board
Blackboard murals
Jungle Tiger blackboard - e-mural
A delightful addition to a jungle themed room. Paint it on the back of a door or anywhere your child might like to draw!
Add a little hook next to it to hang a bag of chalk.

Wallstory e-murals is offering this downloadable e-mural design FREE to Mural For Kids room readers.


To paint this simple Jungle Tiger chalk board

You will need
Blackboard (chalk board paint) Color- black
Black artists acrylic paint
Orange artists acrylic paint
A thick black marker pen(optional)
A little bit of white acrylic paint (optional)
Masking tape
Paint brushes

How to do it.
  1. To get the pattern- Click to download the e-mural.
  2. and I will send you the password FREE to open the e-book with it's design to print out and instructions.
  3. Print out the image and enlarge it on a photocopier to the size you require, You may have to enlarge it in sections and tape the pieces together to make a good sized board.
    or project it onto the wall with an overhead projector and trace it onto the wall.

  4. Rub the back of your enlarged image with a soft colored pencil.

  5. Tape the image to the wall in the position you require (not too high, so your child can reach to draw on it)

  6. With a ball point pen draw over the lines which will transfer the design onto the wall.

  7. Tape the edges of the board with masking tape. This will give you a neat line.

  8. Tape the inside edges of the blackboard area.

  9. Paint in your orange color of the border and tiger.

  10. Mix in a little black acrylic paint into some orange to create a darker tone and paint in the tigers neck and paws.

  11. Paint in his middle ear, eyes and nose in black

  12. Use the black marker or fine brush to paint his mouth line and claw lines.

  13. With a bit of white paint put a hightlight on his nose and eyes.

  14. Lastly remove the masking tape from inside the chalkboard area and apply a new layer to the outside of the area.

  15. Paint in the chalkboard with the black chalk board paint. If necessary apply a second coat once the first coat is dry.

  16. When all the paint is dry remove the masking tape.

    All that's left is to hand your child some colored chalk get scribbling!