Marriage Equality (tie the Knot) Necklace

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Introduction: Marriage Equality (tie the Knot) Necklace

An easy polymer clay necklace to show your support for marriage equality.

Step 1: Supplies

All you need is clay, a knife or other sharp edge, and a pasta machine or rolling pin.

Step 2: Roll and Cut

Roll each color into a stick, gently push them together side by side, and cut the ends so they are even.

Step 3: Flatten

Flatten using your pasta machine or rolling pin.

Step 4: Roll

Starting at one end roll your clay so that you have one striped stick.

Step 5: Lengthen

Now roll against the table it until it is the thickness and length you want.

Step 6: Tie and Bake

Gently tie it into a knot and bake according to the package.

Step 7: String

String it into a necklace and wear.

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    9 Comments

    Wow, you really did a great job making that rainbow. The coloured strips are so perfect. And it's so pretty. The knot is a cute idea. It would make a great gift too.

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    Erbenator
    Erbenator

    5 years ago

    I support it but don't give a hoot about marriage anyways

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    jamey2190
    jamey2190

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Me either, it's just a piece of paper. I'm just happy everybody's starting to get the choice.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    5 years ago on Introduction

    That's nice, and a helpful tip for making bands of colour for any other purpose as well.

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    Jobar007
    Jobar007

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Maybe it is just me, but I think that a square knot would look better because it is two cords bound together instead of a single cord with an overhand knot.

    This is a neat idea. I like how you made the cord by flattening and rolling.

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    jamey2190
    jamey2190

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    That's a good idea. I'll have to try it and see how it looks.