Now that you have all the circles cut out you will tear a length of aluminum duct tape off of the roll, remove the backing and stick it to the front of the coin (the part with the dried glue) Gently rub to smooth around nooks and crannies made by the glue. You may need to put another strip of aluminum tape down depending on how big your coin is. I had to use two strips side by side for these. We usually make our coins small like regular coin size but for this instructable we made it big so you can see better. (If you don't have aluminum tape you can put down a very thin layer of glue and smooth on some aluminum foil, OR you can simlpy paint these with gold or silver paint) Now you need to cover the back sides of the coins with the tape as well. Next we will glue the fronts of the coins to the backs of the coins with the tacky glue. ( I like to use the tacky glue because it is thick so when it dries it's got a good thickness to it that looks nice through the tape.) Now if you want you can give the coins a little bit of paint for patina and texture, if you use acrylic paint to can scrape some off here and there so that the silver shines through. And there you have it, a big pile of Pirates treasure from trash!