I know there are hundreds, if not thousands of texture stencils available for purchase to achieve just about any texture you can think of. However, I'm a cheap SOB and like to look for more readily available items to use if possible. I've seen videos of folks using torn paper towel, used dryer sheets, quilt filler, etc. to achieve decent looking random and organic textures. In my limited experience, I've tried some of those. One I came up with on my own was a scrap piece of fiberglass window screen. Pet screen, to be specific (thicker lines, smaller holes). When used freehand at various distances and directions, I thought the results were cool. I've also been using the end bristles of a crap 1.5" paint brush to create fur when my other attempts failed. I'm digging that as well. You are obviously a creative cast of characters. What sort of random household items have you found useful for creating whatever texture you were going for at the time? Thanks!