Fun and Beautifully-Made Loom Bracelets

I’ve always been fascinated with any time of jewelries, including those that can be made out of non-metalic materials such as wood or plastic. Today, I’m going to feature the latest trend called loom bracelets. This is what kids and moms are actually using to have bonding activities nowadays. I found this article and thought it would be nice to post it here, check this out:

Looming for a Cause: Rainbow Looms for Club Rainbow | | ingspirations | Singapore Parenting Blog since I bought a box of Rainbow Looms for Jay a few months ago, he has been hit by the rainbow loom craze. For weeks, the first thing he would do when he woke up was to make rainbow looms. And the last thing he would do before he slept was… you guessed it, make rainbow looms!

I was not expecting my boys to enjoy making rainbow looms. After all, isn’t this more of a girl’s craze? :)

But… Jay enjoyed it so much that he would ask us to buy him refill packs, so that he could make more looms.

So, when I heard from Susan (who blogs at A Juggling Mom) that a group of mothers are selling their handmade looms bracelets and charms to raise funds for Club Rainbow, I knew I had to get my two boys involved.Via

This is another article about loom bracelets. I thought it would be useful to have it here. It provides some instruction on how exactly the bracelet-making works. I hope this helps:

Rainbow Loom Caterpillar Bracelets Instructables you can share what you make with the world and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.

I have to admit it, I don’t own my own loom. But my daughters both received ones for Christmas two weeks ago, and I have been stealing away with it wh…

I found a loom bracelet design on the interweb called the “Single Rhombus.” This is the basis of the caterpillar bracelet. It is considered an “easy” …

Hopefully by using my pictures, you can see how to place the bands on the loom in the correct order. With the loom arrows pointing away from you, pla…

Flip the loom over so the arrows are now facing towards you. Holding down the last band you placed (the red doubled up cap band), pull the diagonal r…

Put your hook through the last two looped back bands–the white and teal colored ones–and pull another white band through them. Then you can add a p…

For the back of the bracelet, you need to add a single row of bands that are the same color as your bracelet band, down one side of the loom. Start w…

Connect the two ends of the bracelet together using the plastic connector clip already dangling from the other end.Sometimes the back of the caterpill… Rainbow Loom Caterpillar Bracelets

I’m looking for more interesting topics about bracelets to share with you. If you have any questions about , please do not hesitate to send me a message. You may also take a look at my post about the wedding rings in Singapore.

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Isabel Ang

Isabel Ang is a jewellery designer and a doll collector. She also writes in her blog during her past time to share her knowledge about jewellery and dolls.

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