The Assemblage/Collage Method

 

The Assemblage/Collage Flaw Announcing Method might be considered a more advanced technique. But it is really just a variation on the basic Flaw Announcing principle. The main difference between this and the other methods described, is that this method can result in actually covering up or replacing the perceived flaws.

    After identifying each flaw, select materials to glue on top of each perceived flaw. Some examples of useful materials include: beads, buttons, stones, shells, paper hole punchings, faces cut out from magazines, stick-on letters and numbers, bits of mirror, found shards, etc.

 

TIP: If when announcing a particular set of similar flaws, you use collage or assemblage materials of the same type, the chances of entering Flawspace are increased.

 

How to Announce Flaws

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