In this tutorial I show you how to decoupage furniture with paper. Have you tried to decoupage paper to anything?
HOW TO DECOUPAGE FURNITURE WITH PAPER AND MOD PODGE
I painted a small bar stool turquoise and then wrapped the legs in paper using Mod Podge. Of course I have to be a bit different and the legs of the bar stool have varying lengths of paper covering them.
I found the stool at My Favorite Junk Shop and I really liked the paint job….really! I like the way the white and black paint are uneven on the legs.
The Valspar paint sample in Rushing Stream was the pick for this project. Such a fun color and I love the inexpensive paint samples. Just the right size for several small projects.
The original paint looked like it was oil base so I applied a coat of Glidden Gripper Primer to start the project. Glidden Gripper tinted gray is my go-to primer (update: it is now PPG Gripper).
I waited overnight for the paint to dry. I didn't want the paint to peel off when applying the damp mod podged paper.