Once mastered, the joining technique opens up a realm of possibilities for weird and fantastic creations. The diamond is a good place to start and when made with care smokes suprisingly well.

1. Roll a straight, fat joint with a roach and then carefully cut it in two using a pair of scissors or a sharp knife.


2. Roll two identical joints, without roaches and slightly thinner than the first. Put slighty less mix in the centres so that you can bend them later on. Consistency is important here, the joints must burn at exactly the same rate.


3. Carefully trim away any excess paper from all four joints, leaving the mix flush with the paper.


4. Cut the gummed strips from ten spare papers (the wide strips from large papers are best) and put to one side.


5. Now for the tricky bit..
Join the two identical joints to the segment of the first joint containing the roach. Use some of the gummed strips to bandage the joint as shown. It is best to do this on a flat surface. Keep bandaging until you feel confident everything is airtight and secure.


6. Very gently, bend the two joints at their centres until they meet to form a diamond shape.


7. Finally, bandage the remaining joint to the end of the diamond, using the gummed strips as before.


Pat yourself on the back, you are the diamond geezer!



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