I will now guide you through the process, but first a tiny bit of wiki knowledge.
The typewriter isn't ugly at all, its just very simple, and I thought that a 15 year old would prefer something a little bit less serious.
You will need a nice brush that will leave it all nice and smooth,
a pair of scissors in case any last minute trimming,
a toothpick or similar sort of thing, in case your fingers get to glued up and need a little help
and finally your choice of glue, personally I have been using special decoupage glue, with a matte finish as well as a glossy one, but I have read that you could use PVA just the same and then finish of the last layer with the glossy glue . For me the decoupage glue always works beautifully, but you must be wise when using it as it cost an average of £7 a bottle.
Make sure to glue over all the sides ( several times) to create a hole layer covering all the images, this is how you get the look where it looks like its all coming from a single layer.
Have fun with it a don't be afraid to use strange or tacky images, its the end result whats important.
Hint: add some last minute curved bits or flowers to help images merge with one another.
Here you have some decoupage projects found online
note: NONE of these images shown below belong or have been created by " The Odd One Out" and have all been found on Google images.
we just thinks they are really cool :)
The options are endless and only limited by your own imagination .