I am a big fan of decoupage. You really can't go wrong with decoupage because it's all about making a collage of your medium you are working with. Overlapping is key! I love to decoupage fabrics as well as papers of different strengths. This vase is done with patterned tissue paper.
|Supplies: Tissue paper, scissors, decoupage adhesive, vase and paint brush.|
You will want to open the package of tissue paper and depending on your pattern, cut accordingly. Something with no pattern - it doesn't matter how you cut, you will just want to cut small, stout pieces to fit curves better. In my case, I cut length wise to have stripes going horizontally on my vase....vertically could work too! It's up to you.
|Bottom of vase.|
Continue to apply paper as you wish, smoothing out bubbles as you go along. The smaller the piece, the better you will be able to manipulate. Have fun and fill it with some cheery flowers!