Elegant Rainbow Loom Bracelet
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Make a beautiful bracelet for your loved one that they will want to wear for every occasion. This Elegant Rainbow Loom Bracelet is so easy to make that you can make one for everyone in the family. This rainbow loom bracelet pattern is easy to customize. You can make these rainbow loom bracelets in any color you want or in your best friend's favorite color. You can quickly make as many as you want with the help of this awesome video tutorial and work on your DIY jewelry making skills.
Wearing a standard loom bracelet is cool, but once you've got the hang of the original, it's time to jazz things up a bit! Add some variety to your arm and your crafting with these bracelets that will amaze everyone: Rainbow Loom Patterns
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
MaterialsBeads & Jewelry
Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens
- Rainbow loom
- Rainbow loom hook
- Black rubber bands
- Black or clear c-clip
- Silver beads
Rainbow Loom Bracelet Instructions
Start with one rubber band and make a figure 8. Push it down and put two single rubber bands on it. There will now be three rubber bands on the first two pegs.
Hook the bottom rubber band, bring it upwards, and let go. Do the same on the other side. Push it down, add another single rubber band, and hook the bottom rubber band. You won't be making any more figure eights.
Once you've done a couple rounds of making a fishtail (about an inch), you're going to add one of your silver beads. To do that, take your rubber band, put it through the bead, and grab the other side. Once the bead is strung, put the two ends of the rubber band over the two pegs, making sure your bead is in the middle.
Take the bottom rubber band and put it over like a regular fishtail, push it down, and add another single rubber band without a bead.
Keep doing a couple rounds of the fishtail, adding a bead, and repeating until it fits your (or your recipient's) wrist.
To add a c-clip, you will have two rubberbands on the pegs. Take the bottom one and bring it up. There should now be one rubber band on each side. Take one side of the rubber band and bring it over to the other peg. Take your c-clip, hook it onto the rubber band, and remove the bracelet. Latch the c-clip onto the other side to complete your bracelet.
History of the Rainbow Loom
You have been obsessed with rainbow loom for a while now. Maybe you're just starting out or you consider yourself a rainbow loom expert. But have you ever thought about where your rainbow loom patterns came from?
Rainbow Loom was invented by a Malaysian immigrant named Choon Ng. He never thought he'd be in the toy business because he was a mechanical engineer and worked for a car company in Detroit.
One day, his daughters, ages 9 and 12, were making bracelets from rubber bands. He joined them to make bracelets, but his kept falling apart. Determined, he went into his basement and stuck pushpins in a piece of scrap board. And thus, the first Rainbow Loom was born.
His daughters took the colorful bracelets to school and it became a neighborhood sensation overnight. It was his oldest daughter who first suggested he start selling them.
After investing the meager family savings, the looms weren't selling because people didn't understand how they worked. Ng had the idea of creating YouTube videos with this niece and daughters using the loom. A simple toy that was created to entertain his daughters soon became an international sensation that spanned across age and gender lines.
Loom Bands: Who Invented Them And How They Became So Popular - Huffington Post
Experience: I Invented the Loom Band - The Guardian
The Inspiration for the Rainbow Loom Bracelet - Bloomberg Business
How a DIY Dad Took the Toy World By Storm With Rainbow Loom - Fast Company
More Rainbow Loom Bracelets to Try
Fancy Bracelet Rainbow Loom Pattern - Glam up your jewelry with this cute and easy Fancy Bracelet Rainbow Loom Pattern. Make one in every color and give some to your friends and family.
Rainbow Loom Fishtail Bracelet - Make your friends and family some beautiful DIY jewelry with our Rainbow Loom Fishtail Bracelet video tutorial. With clear and helpful instructions, you will be on your way to creating some really gorgeous bracelet patterns.
Peace Sign Rainbow Loom Bracelets - You only need your hook to make these totally awesome Peace Sign Rainbow Loom Bracelets. You can make rainbow loom bracelets in a variety of colors and give them as gifts to your friends and family.
Frozen Theme Bracelet - Make the Anna to your Elsa an adorable Frozen Theme Bracelet and show how much you love them. They are so easy to make with your Rainbow Loom so you can make them for the Olaf and Sven in your life too.
Aquatic Turtle Bracelet - Make your own jewelry with your rainbow loom hook. You will never want to wear any other bracelet once you have finished your Aquatic Turtle Bracelet.
We have even more rainbow loom patterns for you to try! With this collection, you'll be hooked on making rainbow loom bracelets before you know it: 10 Beginner Rainbow Loom Patterns + Video Tutorials
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