Australia’s Melinda Hall (Tootzzi) uses polymer “bits” on a plain background for this week’s final look at scraps. Her tutorial takes less than a minute.

It’s one of the quickest ways to make a design on clay. Instead of relying on an intense and laborious technique, arranging tiny bits of clay requires basic color sense, sensitivity to balance, and confidence.

For this playful minimalist approach to scrap, it’s just you and the clay, pure and simple. Think you can do it?

Join us over at StudioMojo this Saturday as our weekend newsletter takes a snapshot of the week in polymer – complex, simple, easy, difficult – we come at polymer from all different angles.

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