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Rainbow loom bracelet tutorial on How to make loom bands. We are making 5 easy rubber band bracelet designs without a loom. All you need are rainbow loom bands, your fingers or a simple DIY loom. So many of you requested bracelets with loom bands and here they are. I paired some of my loom bands with charms, to show slightly different designs. All 5 loom bands bracelet designs are very easy to make, perfect for beginners in rubber loom band bracelet making. We are making 4 bracelets on 2 fingers or 2 pins and the last bracelet on 4 pins. If you have a rainbow loom you can make loom band bracelets or charms on the loom instead. In this loom bands tutorial I will also show how to make a simple rainbow loom yourself, both with 2 and 4 pins – really useful DIY rainbow loom.
I made my first loom band bracelet on my pointer and middle finger. I used red and green rubber bands. To make it more special I also added a silver infinity charm. This bracelet is the easiest in this tutorial, but looks really cute. It is especially cool, since you can use any connector charm and pair it with your favorite loom band colors.
Next rainbow loom bracelet is beaded with pastel round charms. It reminds me of candies because of all the beautiful pastel colors of loom bands and beads. To make it I used a simple DIY rainbow loom. I made it using 2 pencils, eraser and some tape to hold everything in place. You could also make these bracelets on 2 forks for example. I would recommend making your own DIY rainbow loom if you don’t own one, especially if you’re making a lot of bracelets. You’re fingers will be very happy. If you don’t have beads, you can also wrap your rubber bands with other bands and you can still make a variation of this beautiful loom band bracelet. I really love this loom bands design.
The coolest bracelet in this tutorial must be two colored chain bracelet. We need two colors of bands and a clip. You can make this bracelet on two fingers or on a rainbow loom. The secret of this bracelet is having 3 bands on your pins and making an inverse fishtail stitch on one side, while making a fishtail stitch on another. I love how different this bracelet looks with two lines all along connected to each other. Pretty awesome!