Yep, you read that right! Just watch! I melted the pellets and added color just like Linda did in her video that I linked to last night. I used Amaco's Rub N Buff to get a green color - and it has a bit of shimmer to is as well. Rolled it out and diecut it with a Sizzix"
I'm using a product called Bling Bling! from eureka stamps.
It says it's a rub on.....but it's an iron on as well.
You want to lay down a silpat sheet or a non-stick craft sheet, the plastic, place the foil on top of that (I switched and used a solid color here) and then another non-stick craft sheet on top of the foil.
Put your iron on the hottest setting and iron all over the top sheet:
Place the whole thing in cold water, then peel it off. You can see that because I ironed it, the plastic melted and spread out, but the foil adhered to all of it. I'm comparing the foiled piece to the original. And I can always foil first and then diecut as well.
To show the difference, I layered the original on top of the foiled one. Which of course gave me yet another idea....layering friendly plastic diecuts as I think this makes a great shadow!