The little, or not so little magpie, of course is me. anything shiny or metallic gets my attention.
I have been plating with foils and painted fusible lately. It is not something new, I have done tutorials on it in the past, but unfortunately a lot of my old, old posts have lost their photos. Perhaps that should be an aim for this year, to redo those tutorials???
Anyhow, here is my collage a day using these lovely things.
Angie hughes, but these techniques can be used on just about any surface that won't melt with an iron such as paper or wood.
OK, I took some pictures and here is a tutorial
To use the foil, I cut leaf shapes out of fusible (this is a web of glue on a sheet of silicon paper which comes in rolls and sheets).
So that is how you use foil. You can wash it (gently), but you must remember that every time you iron it from now on, you need to use baking parchment, or you will get a totally messed iron.
Now for painted fusible.
Now for how to use it.
This is not the only way to use the fusible. I used some torn strips of fusible on one of my collages
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial