So here is my creative process:
1. Paint fusible web with metallic acrylic paints & let dry
2. Paint iron-on interfacing (non-woven) with Dye-na-Flo or inks
3. Paint chipboard with gold metallic paint.
4. Iron web to one side of chipboard. Use a non-stick sheet or parchment paper& don't peel off until cool. Then iron interfacing to other side of chipboard. (I experimented with ironing the fusible web to canvas, paper towels, & to the painted interfacing with various results which I loved but weren't stable enough for my project. see ex.
My friend, Nan has really gotten me into this palette of green & blues. Don't you just love it?
5. I then stamped both sides of my covered chipboard with various stamps & Stazon ink. Then layered with angelina, & sprinkled with different embossing powders. and then a coat of clear on top.
6. Cut your embellished chipboard into your desired size. Mine was 1" sq.
7. Emboss the edges with gold embossing powder & punch holes to set eyelets for jump rings.