Sort out your materials. Exciting: For decoupage purposes you can use music notes, book and encyclopaedia pages, newspapers, magazine cut outs, napkins, old letters, book pages in exotic languages and different alphabets.
Cut the paper or napkin of your choosing.
Get your primer ready.
Apply a thin even coat on your item.
If you are working with napkins, work only with the outer part.
Glue to your ornament. Make sure it is even. Useful Tip: If you are not sure how it will look and this is your first time doing decoupage, simply cut a piece of paper (you can use white A4) that has the size and shape of your ornament. Place your paper cut outs and play around with them until you get a beautiful pattern. Simply transfer it to the real thing.
Glue all your paper cut outs, cut the parts that stand out and decorate with glitter (if you want to). Cover with a few coats of varnish and let it dry.
Credits: This Christmas ornament was created during a charity workshop in Menai, organised by <a href="http://www.paulscarpetcleaningsydney.com.au/menai/">Paul's Carpet Cleaning</a>. All images and credits go to them.