On another worked page I foiled a ponga stencil I have made. I haven't used the iron, just worked onto the tacky surface. Sometimes I have trouble with this method but I didn't want it well defined.
Another chevron stencil
Then I found some fabric previously stencilled and with a wash using Sun Dye fabric paints over the top - I applied foil glue to my fern stamp and pressed it down. I liked the fact that I missed parts of it.
If you are layering, you can pop a paper napkin grid (obviously made with a napkin which fits the theme) over the top.
I also made a thermofax screen and applied glue through it onto both khadi paper and fabric. The khadi paper is textured of course and the results were not so clear but I was playing
On the fabric you can possibly see some of the words - definitely forest at the top. Ready for stitching which would emphasise your work.
A few pointers, when you use foil glue, make sure you wash your stencils and screens soon after use and thoroughly. Wait until the surface is tacky and either iron over baking parchment or press the foil, colour side up, over the surface. this does not always work for me. Permission to play as always.
You can see our foils - stencils - paints and sprays here and of course our khadi books