First of all you need to choose your design and draw it on paper. I've copied the teddy bear from the fabric here but your design could be absolutely anything. If you are a beginner try a simple shape like a circle or a heart.
You will notice that the bondaweb has a smooth side and a rough side. From your drawing trace your design on to the SMOOTH side. Cut out your shapes an 1/8" away from your drawn line.
Using a hot iron with NO steam gently press your bondaweb onto the WRONG side of the fabric.
The shapes will now be stuck to your fabric.
If you would like to add lettering simply draw it out on paper.
Then using a light box or if you don't have one, do as I did and tape it to a window, trace the lettering from the right side to the wrong side.
Now using the letters reversed, trace them this way onto the SMOOTH side of your bondaweb.
Cut them out and iron them down onto the WRONG side of your fabric as before.
When you cut the letters out and turn them over they will be the right way round. Apply them to your background fabric and applique.
I love using bondaweb - it's so quick and easy. Have fun with yours.