This month, except for the week of Christmas, we'll be sharing with each other the "Tools, Tips, & Techniques" we use in making collages.
This first week in the series, you will look around your work space and ask yourself, "What tool do I use that my fellow posters on the KK may not know about?" It should be a physical object, not a source for fun paper. Then you will use that tool in making a collage in whatever theme you like. Underneath the collage, you will tell us what tool you used, plus how and why. Add a link, if possible, to a picture of the tool, with or without purchasing info.
As the series moves along, I may pick up one or more of the tools, tips, & techniques that get posted, and make them the theme for a future week.
Remember: we live in different countries, with different cultures, different availability of products. If you think it would help us understand, post a photo or drawing of your tool, preferably in use. It's OK, and in fact would be humorous, if your tool is very weird. Be quirky! =laugh=
Questions, comments, absurd remarks?
EDIT: If you only use "old school" items (scissors, knife, glue) in your work, no problem. Just consider this an "open theme" week, and go for it. If you feel inspired to do so, tell us about how you went about making your collage(s). But only if you have time, only if you feel like writing down a few words about what you did. Also, I omitted the line about each collage using a different tool. What was I thinking? =laugh=