Bulgarian Flower

Since decoupage was considered to be a “poor man’s art,” it isn’t surprising that common household materials can be used to create exquisite effects.  You can take any old thing of our child and turn it into a master piece.  Since there is nothing to lose, let your child participate and explore with you.  There is no right or wrong way to decoupage.
The list of supplies needed:
  1. Something to decoupage onto. Examples include: furniture, photograph albums, plates, ceramics, shelving, frames, mirrors.
  2. Pictures to decoupage with such as the one posted above.  It will make a very unique transition to the mundane.  These can also come from myriad sources: newspapers, magazines, catalogs, books, printed clip art, wrapping paper, greeting cards, fabric, tissue paper, lace.
  3. Cutting utensil. Scissors, craft knife (X-Acto) or razor blades can be used (with adult supervision only).
  4. Glue. Standard white glue works best if it is diluted with a little water. Specialty glues can be found in most crafting stores.
  5. Smoother. Popsicle sticks work well. A brayer is a specialized tool like a miniature rolling pin designed to help remove wrinkles, remove excess glue and smooth pictures.
  6. Glue Spreader. Many things around the house can be use for this: cotton swabs, paint brushes, sponges.
  7. Rags, sponges, tissue paper to help wipe up glue and other clean up.
  8. Sealer. Glue or other decoupage medium can be used as a sealer. Alternatively, polyurethane, spray acrylic or other lacquers are usually used.

Courteous of wikipedia.org