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Bone carving necklaces

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Description

Kids can have a go at making these stunning pretend bone carving necklaces traditionally worn by Māori in New Zealand and very popular today around the world

Resources

White air drying clay
Threading cord
Old ballpoint pen (for tiki)
2 small round gems (for tiki - optional)

Instructions

To make the Koru necklace:Roll a piece of clay to form a sausage shape. Make the ends into points. Roll into a loose spiral. Press flat. Use the end of a paintbrush to make a hole. Leave to dry out. Thread on to cord.

To make the twist necklace:Roll a piece of clay to form a sausage shape that is thicker in the middle than at the ends. Join the ends together to form a loop. Twist the loop so three small loops are formed. Press flat. Leave to dry out. Thread on to cord

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