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Paint the trunk, then lightly wipe the trunk from top to bottom using cheesecloth.
Pull a leaf from base to point in an arc using a smaller, flat brush. Use the full width of the brush to create texture. Pull a leaf again using a thin side of the brush.
Using the flat edge will help you create the leaf fronds, while the thinner edge will help you create thinner, more-pointed leaves and center stems.
Paint colors for palm tree, leaves and trunk: green, brown and white.
Use chalk to draw vines, then paint over chalk lines using an artist's brush and green paint.
Dip brush in green, then lightly dip in white. Paint leaf. Paint flower petals (in colors of choice) by giving the artist's brush a little twist.
Use rubber stamps to add delightful butterflies and fun around the chalkboard doors.
Dab painted on raised stamp motif, then press lightly on cardboard to remove an excess paint. Press firmly on wall, then pull away. Use paint marker to add details
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