Step 3: Final Step: Paper Placement and Varnishing
Your almost done, in this step you will be wrapping your object in the prepared paper and varnishing it.
Wrapping Your Object
So now that you have your paper all ready to go, you can start the wrapping procedure. Start with the end that has the tape half way off the edge, and stick it to the object, aligning it as well as possible. Make sure your image is facing outwards, and that the words, if you have them, will end up in the right place. Next, slowly and carefully, pull the image tight enough that it will not rip, but will stay nice and cozy around your object, and wrap it around the object. If you started with the right end, then your image should end without any tape showing. Repeat this procces for any other removable pieces.
Varnishing Your Object
Once your object is all wrapped up and you like the way it looks, you can varnish it, so that the paper does not wear and tear. I used quick-drying spray varnish, which i think is the easiest, but other paint on varnishes may be stronger. Whatever you use though, the process is the same, place the object on newspapers or plywood (not on the grass because we are all eco-friendly here) and spray or paint one side of the object. Once that side is dry,turn it over and varnish the other side. If you are using white paper, the varnish may turn the paper clear, but it will dry white, don't worry!
Once the varnish dries you should be done.