You will start by misting your chipboard piece:
You want full coverage without making it sopping wet (because you dont want the chipboard to fall apart when you start banging on it).
Next, use the Chip Art tools to make impressions in a pattern on your chipboard.
I applied mine randomly and made sure to have several hanging off the edge for a fun look:
Finally, you can ink the edges with a darker chalk ink for definition:
And you are left with a pretty handmade chipboard piece to be attached to layouts or cards.
I added mine to this layout:
Of course, I couldn't resist adding one of those gorgeous Cabochons from the Funhouse collection as the finishing touch!