2. Tear tissue paper into matchbox-size pieces. Have enough to cover the entire bottle in two layers. Mod Podge, a découpage adhesive and finish, works well for gluing the leaves and paper to the bottle. Available at craft stores, it’s considered nontoxic and cleans up with soap and water. Alternately, you can use one part white glue diluted with one part water. Using a small paintbrush, coat the back of the leaf with adhesive and place it on the bottle. Brush over it with more adhesive and apply a piece of torn tissue paper. Add a layer of tissue paper around the leaf, overlapping edges slightly, and brush thoroughly with Mod Podge. Repeat with the next leaf and surrounding tissue paper until the bottle is covered. Brush the entire surface gently with more adhesive and cover with another layer of tissue paper. Finish with a final coat of adhesive.