It’s amazing how mixing up the colours can change up the look of the Starburst Bracelet. The one below has single colour rows on the top and bottom and each ‘flower’ is a solid colour; it’s instantly recognizable as a Starburst. The one above has the colours mixed up and it’s more difficult to tell that it’s a Starburst pattern:
We were feeling very patriotic when we made this Rainbow Loom Splash bracelet (actually, we are Canadian!). It was a fun bracelet to make. If you want to make your own Splash bracelet, check out this video tutorial:
One of the hottest trends in parties is the Rainbow Loom Party. If you’re thinking of throwing one, and you’re looking for Rainbow Loom Party ideas, you’ve come to the right place!
If you decide to have a Rainbow Loom party, make sure you contact the kids who are invited to see if they have a Rainbow Loom. If there are kids without them, you could buy a few extras for them to use or lend them from other friends. If you are feeling generous, you could give Rainbow Looms out as favors. (Hey, it’s cheaper than Chuckie Cheese or going to a spa!)
For larger parties, why not have a Rainbow Loom station along with other crafts? You could offer up Rainbow Loom cases for each child (you can buy them at the dollar store for $3 each), and have the kids decorate them. Here is an example from Allison’s Custom Creations:
Everything from the cake to the streamers could be rainbow themed. Even the invitations! These ones are free printables from Love Stitched:
We lucked out and found the perfect box to organize our Rainbow Loom supplies in the hardware section of our local dollar store. It has dividers that you can remove – and it has a handle. We can even fit our loom inside the box. The cost? $3. You can’t beat that! At that price we were able to purchase two each to store all of our different colours. Check it out:
We plan on making the outside pretty, but we’ve been too busy making bracelets! We like these boxes by AllisonsLoomCases: