Rainbow Loom Storage: How Do You Store Your Supplies?

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:

rainbow loom storage

We plan on making the outside pretty, but we’ve been too busy making bracelets! We like these boxes by AllisonsLoomCases:

rainbow loom box

Check out the custom Rainbow Loom boxes by CelebrationsZinc:

rainbow loom storage

We think this Mason jar Rainbow Loom storage by A Casarella is ingenious!

rainbow loom storage

And here are the labeled lids:


This plastic storage unit with mini drawers over at Lysa and Huey Ink is pretty sweet!

rainbow loom storage

How do you store your Rainbow Loom supplies?


37 thoughts on “Rainbow Loom Storage: How Do You Store Your Supplies?

  1. Corie says:

    I really like your Rainbow Loom storage case. You mentioned that you got it
    in the hardware section of your local dollar store. What is the name of the dollar store? Is it a national store? I’d love to try and track down this storage case!

    Thanks so much!

    • Hayley says:

      I think you can get it at any dollar store like these: dollar tree, dollar general, dollar store, etc. I haven’t gotten one yet but those are the stores she might have been talking about but not particularly

    • Guy Bird says:

      I really like it too, and before I go out and get, one, I wanna know some things about it: Will the dividers stay in place if you tip it over (who knows why)? And do you know if you can find it anywhere else?

  2. Beccc says:

    We just used plastic sandwich bags to sort out bands, put them in the bottom of a plastic box. We then set the Rainbow Loom box containing out two looms on top, and the lid closed over top of it all. It may not be as pretty, but it worked and we had the bags and box at home.

  3. Benedita???? says:

    I really love this ideas! Thanks! I don’t have yet the supplies, but I will have the materials on Christmas and I’m really excited!

  4. Neeta says:

    I am in Toronto, and found the same storage case for $3 at Dollarama (in the hardware section). Works like a charm!

  5. Kenley says:

    For my birthday, i got an organizer from Learning Express and it’s made especially for the Rainbow Loom. There is a spot for ALL of my colors, loom, needle and bracelets!!! Oh! and it has my name on it!!! Love it <3

    • Johnnett says:

      I found it a Staples. It’s called Really Useful Box. for $18. I have two. I love them. I can pull only the bins I want and all the others are still sealed.
      Johnnett V. Indy, IN

  6. Megan says:

    Hi, Loom Love! I am looking to be able to create a rainbow loom fan page, and was wondering what website base you used and if you had to pay?
    Thank you,

  7. You says:

    A fish tackle box? That’s awesome! I got a big scrap booking case that I made dividers out of duck tape in, and I was looking for something better…….. I think I might use a tackle box! Thanks Miya!

  8. Kel says:

    I used a box that used to store beads and covered it with green, pink, and orange (all neon) chevron/zig zag Duct Tape and neon green around the edges! 🙂

  9. Spike says:

    I so far store mine;
    In a ‘Donnay’ Shoebox (about 4200 of my bands are in there)
    In a ‘Loom-Twister by H.G.L.’ box (about 10000)
    In a case (about 5000)

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