Supplies Needed: 
- Spray ink 
- Metallic Marker 
- Glimmer mist 
- Small ink pad 
- Heat tool
- Chipboard element (Oops!  I left it out of the photo.)

  Spray your chipboard with a spray ink.  I used a mixture of water and Distress Ink reinker.  (Please note: I actually used the backside of my chippie to demonstrate this technique because I decided to make this tutorial after I had already altered my chippie.  This is why you see a touch of glimmer mist in this photo.  :o) 
Dry with a heat tool.

  Using a metallic paint marker, fill in desired areas of your chippie.

This is what my flourish looked like after Step 2.

  Spritz the chippie again with the spray ink.

  Spray some glimmer mist onto the chippie. 

  Dry the chippie with a heat tool.  Using a small ink pad, ink the edges for added depth.  

And you're done!  There are so many ways to alter chipboard elements.  Hope you find this tutorial useful.  For other tutorials, click on the tutorial button beneath the 'Categories' heading in the sidebar.

To see the entire layout where I used this technique, please click on the link below.

Thank you for checking out my tut!