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    Default The Marshmallow Bracelet.

    When I completed my second acrylic suite, which you can see in my album by clicking the link below, I also had a request for a pastel coloured set waiting.

    Luckily, I found a supplier with a beautiful range of pastel colours, though only available in 3mm thick sheets, not thick enough to drill channels into the edge.

    Well, I doubled them up, and here is my elastic bracelet made from a palisade of marshmallows.

    3mm pastel sheet from Simply Plastics.
    Glue for lamination: Bostick Tensol 70.
    !6 double pieces: 30.0 x 12.0 mm.
    1.1 mm channels with recesses for knots
    Thread: two rows of pre-stretched 1.0mm clear Stretch Magic.
    Dennis.
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    I am giving my age away now, my niece's grand daughter would love that she has necklace very similar, (she won't take it off ) your piece looks to be a much higher quality, ( had to smooth down the rough edges ) I am waiting for the cord to break guess who will get to put it back together.
    Last edited by china; 24-02-2020 at 02:18 PM.

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    That is very different, colourful and looks edible! Great result Dennis, hopefully can cope with a campfire or two

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    Thank you, Wallace. You are rather tempted to lick them to see whether they are sweet. Dennis.

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    Very nice. You might have to have a warning sticker on them
    "Do not expose to Hot Chocolate"

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    Yes I'll do that thank you. Dennis.

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