On NGS group, we're doing a study of Darlene Olivia McElroy & Sandra Duran Wilson's book "Surface Treatment workshop" This week we're looking at the section "Fusible Webbing". I've done fusible webbing backgrounds before to add embossing powders to hot fusing here and here, and as a technique to add fibers to a background in fused fibers.
One of the ways the authors use fusible webbing in their book, is to take fusible webbing and paint on black acrylic paint with a dry paint brush, applying heavier brushstrokes in some areas. Let the paint dry.
If desired use a painted background that has dried. I used this one.
Here is this one:
On another, painted the fusible webbing with watered down green acrylic paint and let it dry.salt background book study.
Again, remove backing from painted fusible webbing and place over background, cover with a clean piece of parchment paper and heat with iron.
I like the additional spotty green acrylic paint with the webbing on the background.
Because the fusible webbing is still over the surface, you can bond other materials, such as punchinella, to the background. Lay punchinella or paper on surface, cover with parchment paper and heat with iron.
Another technique the authors mention, is to stamp on the fusible webbing, let dry,