I recently started using it to restore cheap furniture that has damaged finish, and to cover all sorts of stuff.
Unfortunately I don't have pictures of the finished furniture yet, so just to give you an idea of how it works, I covered a cookie box with leftover black woodgrain finish and made a pattern out of light wood finish. I really think it would have looked better with a lighter background color, like medium wood or a reddish wood.
Step 1: Materials
One or more rolls of Beauty Cover paper, depending on the size of the object you plan to cover and the color of the pattern you plan on doing.
Scissors or an X-acto knife (I prefer to work with scissors, as X-actos tend to separate the two layers)
A stencil of the pattern you plan to do, unless you plan to draw freehand.
Something to cover !
Step 2: Covering with background color
I'm not very good at measuring and cutting, so I just laid down the piece I wanted to cover and traced it on the paper. Don't forget to add and extra 5 centimeters all around to be able to wrap it around the sides.
I couldn't take pictures of how I stick the paper, because obviously I use both of my hands to do it ;)
Holding the extra piece of paper at a 45° angle with the surface and using your palm to stick evenly should prevent air bubbles and creases from appearing, but this can be tricky at times. You might have to take it off and start again of couple of times before you get it right, if it's your first time.