Make your rubber band bracelets and jewelry really stand out by adding in some pretty beads into the design. It’s a sure fire way to really make your finished item look both pretty and unique too. Adding these extra embellishments on helps to keep kids and adults interested in this fun craft.
If you’re like us, and your kids (or maybe secretly you) are looking for some more advanced Rainbow Loom projects, we’ve got the best video tutorials to make the advanced patterns for bracelets and the now popular charms. Warning: Some of these patterns are not for the faint of heart or clumsy of finger. Some require two looms, and a few of the video tutorials are an hour or more.I love the look of this double rainbow loom bracelet - it's chunkier and more complex than the single rainbow loom bracelet and fits better, too - a little less loose. Your patterns will depend on the colors you choose. You can change the way it looks just by changing up the colors.
If you really get busy with rubber band bracelets, you may want to organize your materials. This style of crafting box is very popular and can be used for this application. Learn How to Make Rubber Band Bracelets Step by Step Learning how to use the Rainbow Loom is pretty easy. It comes with instructions to create a simple and quick single band bracelet and provides you with sources to get additional help. Nowadays, we can always count on this amazing app to find a "How to" on almost anything, and, yes, there are a hundred of how-to pictures on creating rubber bracelets of all kinds and other Rainbow Loom projects.
Below you will find cute holiday charms and seasonal rubber band colors so you can surprise you crowd with these trendy bracelets. I have included several video tutorials to give you a jump on the season. Learn easy patterns or find out how you can put those cute snowflake or snowmen charms on your bracelet creation. Have fun crafting by your self or with your children so you can honestly say that you had a real "homemade" holiday.