Ways to use metal offcuts in metal embossing projects using scraps from precious pewter projects
How to use pewter, aluminium and copper off-cuts in your metal embossing projects
11 Interesting Ways to use metal offcuts in metal embossing projects
Ideas on how to use metal off-cuts in creating new pieces of art
I will definitely advise you to never ever throw away pewter and metal off-cuts. I have found that you can even use tiniest corners to gift a wooden box a facelift or make an pair of earrings.
11 Ways to use metal offcuts in metal embossing projects
Some of the ways in which you can use little metal pieces, include:
- Embellishment for candles, tins or glass jars
- Rock art
- Gift tags
- Embellishments on greeting cards, and more!
Some ideas from our Love Metal Membership Club Members
Herewith some the entries we’ve received from our Love Metal Members:
This heart is where it all started… In April, during the Covid-19 lockdown, I signed myself up for Matt Tommey’s Quarantined Creatives art challenge.
The first challenge was to create a piece of art entirelt out of something you would have thrown away…
I have been saving metal-off-cuts from other projects for over 15 years, so I had lots of interesting pieces to play around with. These included pewter, aluminium, copper-coated aluminium and coloured metal off-cuts.
In this video, I share the entire process of creating this heart, as I went along
Please watch this space for more creative ways to use your metal off-cuts, we’re only halfway through the month…
In the meantime, PLAY, EXPERIMENT and HAVE FUN by coming up with creative ways to use your stash off metal off-cuts!
Please let us know if you have more creative ideas on how to use metal off-cuts by commenting below.