How to Make a Band-Aid Charm

bandaid rainbow loom

This Rainbow Loom Band-Aid charm isn’t exactly functional, but it is pretty darn clever!

You will need flesh colored bands to make it look realistic.

Want to make your own Band-Aid charm? Watch this video by ElegantFashion360:

How to Make a Dainty Twist

dainty twistWe love it when we stumble on new designs that really stand out! Take the Dainty Twist by Loves2Loom, for instance. This unique bracelet design is two sided and pretty darn cute, don’t you think?

dainty twist

Want to make your own Dainty Twist? Watch this video:

How to Make a Snake Belly

snake bellyThe Snake Belly is not for the faint of heart. In fact, it’s known as one of the most complicated Rainbow Loom bracelet designs.

But look at how drop dead beautiful it is:

rainbow loom snake belly

Feeling ambitious? Watch this video by Justin’s Toys:

Bracelet created for LoomLove by EmZDesignz.

How to Make a Hexafish

hexafish braceletThe Hexafish by Justin’s Toys will go down in the history books as one of the most awesometastic Rainbow Loom designs. It looks incredible in so many colour combinations.

If you are not up to making your own Hexafish, you can always purchase one (or two or three) from CraftsforDiabetes on Etsy. (That’s what we did!)

CraftsforDiabetes is selling Rainbow Loom bracelets to raise money for Team Diabetes Canada. The Toronto based trio is running a marathon for Team Diabetes in Reykjavik, Iceland on August 23rd, 2014. The money they make from their shop goes directly to Team Diabetes.

Here we are sporting our fancy bracelets:

hexafish rainbow loom

hexafish rainbow loomIf you’d like to make your own Hexafish, watch this tutorial by Justin’s Toys:

How to Make Queen Elsa from Frozen

elsa frozen rainbow loom

“Let it go, let it go, can’t hold it back anymore! Let it go, let it go….”

Now that we’ve given you a bad case of ear worm, we thought we’d let you know about a fabulous Rainbow Loom instruction video by TutorialsByA that teaches you how to make Queen Elsa.

Isn’t she a lovely?

Learn how to make Queen Elsa by watching this: