Not talking about AC/DC (although......), but metal for embossing, metal in scrumptious colors, metal I've had in my possession for MONTHS and done nothing with. Metal from Ten Seconds Studio.
First of all, did you know that you could make those roses we usually make from grungepaper out of metal?
Not great photography, but very cool roses. I cut them using a sizzix die, then embossed them with a cuttlebug folder, then put them together pretty much the same way, except....used no glue! The metal is soft enough that I could stack the layers and kind of twist them together on the bottom.
I also did another of my altered mini notebooks using the metal. This one is for the February Jackpot at PID. The theme is "The Colors of Mardi Gras - purple, green, and gold," and here are the front and back of my notebook:
After attaching the embossed metal to the book, I lightly sanded the raised areas with a sanding block, then swiped over the sanded parts with gold alcohol ink mixative.
The Marie Antoinette image is from PID, and I added some bling to the image. Well, it is Marie, after all.
Yep, definitely mad about metal!