In Science class recently, we created a DNA ornament. It was pretty cool and easy on how to make it. The first part, Ms. Poole told us, is the hardest. And she was absolutely correct about that. The rest of the project was easy. It was just that first part. I don't remember exactly how to do the first part anymore, but the link at the end will help you. After you've got the first part down, you make sure you clearly can tell what color bead is which of the following: Adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine. Once you do that, you make sure all adenine beads are going on at the same time as thymine, same for cytosine and guanine. You also need beads for sugars and phosphates. You then, after the hard part, put a phosphate in the pipe cleaner, then adenine ( If you want to) then a suger. You do this for the other side also. Make sure you don't get any knots in your wire or else you'll have trouble with the project like me. Here's the link for more detailed instruction.