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Using tissue paper to cover seats

Could you give me a refresher on how to use tissue paper or paper towel material to cover a seat to give it a more realistic look?  

I have the seat from an IH Payhauler 350 that I want to give a worn look – probably like a split brown leather. I have glued some thin plastic foam (like an envelope filler) to the seat, and now am ready to cover it.
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