you will need:
-plastic camera or any other object that you want to decorate
-decoupage medium (glue)
-quality napkins with fancy prints
-steady hand & lots of patience
1. Make sure the item you are going to decoupage is clean and dry. Paint your item in white, ivory or beige. I used acrylic paint in ivory. Wait until the paint is completely dry.
2. Prepare the napkin(s) you are going to use. Napkins usually have 2 or 3 layers, so you should separate them, and only use the printed layer. You can cut out motives, and than arrange it in your own order, or cover the whole object with one piece (which is not recommended if you are decorating a big surface).
3. Arrange the motives onto the item you are decoupaging before you add glue until you like the way they look. The motives can be in any placement you like and can also overlap.
4. Working in a small section at a time, apply a generous layer of decoupage medium (glue) onto the item you are decoupaging. Make sure you completely cover any area the picture will touch. If you prefer, you can spread the medium onto the back of the picture.
5. Stick the picture on the decoupage medium. Use your finger to gently push down the picture (for a large picture, start from the center and work your way out) and push out any wrinkles and excess medium.
6. Repeat step 5 for every motive you want to decorate your item with.
7. Once the medium is dry, coat your item completely with the decoupage medium. Let this dry.
8. Now, you can continue to add coats of the medium until you get the desired results. You will, however, want to keep adding coats until the edges of the pictures are all smooth.
9. When it's completely dry, you can lacquer so you can wash your item if necessary, plus it looks better and you'll be sure the decoration won't get damaged.
That's it, hope you'll find this interesting! ♥