But hey, it's only £5 chair, so if i failed, it wont hurt so bad! :)
1.First I sanded the chair (I really hate this part, really!
2.Painted it white and let it dry overnight (i used two coats of paint)
3.I then painted the legs and the wooden bars on the chair a blue duck egg color.
4.Once dried, I sanded again on the seat of the chair before I decoupage so the paper that im using got something to grip to.
5.Prepare your paper, im using this lovely color and design from Cath Kidston napkin paper (3 ply), peel off the two blank sheets as i'm only going to use the printed part.
6.Start by brushing a thin layer of modpodge on the seat with the paper.
7.Then move on to the other parts of the seat, cut the paper in small pieces for round corners and just overlapped each other to give it a seamless appearance.
8.Don't forget to dab with a dry cloth to remove any bubbles on the paper.
I didn't try to decoupage the the whole chair as I wanted to know how it turns out first, i think i made a few mistake here and there but i'm pretty satisfied with the result and if i ever found another chair like that, i want to do a full decoupage with a different print of Cath Kidston's paper.
Oh By the way, I'll be doing a Giveaway as soon as my followers reached 100! I've been thinking about selling something for awhile now and i have created another blog for my online shop but it's not finished yet so i'm excited to do this as well. Thanks for all suggestions that you, lovely ladies gave me in the comments.