Unique Rainbow Loom Rubber Bands and Where to Find Them
Looking to Spice Up Your Rainbow Loom Rubber Band Collection? Check out these Unique Styles
My daughter and all her little friends are currently going crazy over the Rainbow Loom! If I'm completely honest, I am having a blast with this crafting toy too. While we have been into this latest craze for quite awhile, our love of the loom has grown immensely in the last few days thanks to The Loomatic's Interactive Guide to the Rainbow Loom. My only problem with the Rainbow Loom is that I don't live near any big retailers that carry unique Rainbow Loom rubber bands. I can find solid colored bands and assorted rubber bands, but I can't find the really cool styles that other Loomatics are talking about. Unwilling to just accept what I can find in my small town, I went online to find that there are a ton of different styles of bands that I didn't even know existed. To help other loomatics like myself find really great rubber bands for their exciting and creative projects, I have highlighted the most unique rubber bands I have found. If you know of any great band styles not listed on this lens, feel free to add them in the comments at the very end, and I will do my very best to add them, so others can easily find them as well.
Camo Rubber Bands for the Rainbow Loom - I Love Everything Camo, so these Bands are Right Up My Alley
The great thing about the Rainbow Loom is that this craft is popular with the young and the old, and boys and girls alike. In fact, I have even heard stories of grown men playing with their kids Rainbow Loom when the kids are in bed. To please the men in your family with rubber bands that make it possible to create manly rubber band jewelry, check out these camo rubber band options.
Camo tie dye rubber bands with hook and clips
Can't Find What You Need? Check out Ebay
If you absolutely cannot find what you need in stores or from major online retailers, don't forget to check Ebay. Many times, I have exhausted my search for the perfect items only to find it in abundance on Ebay.
Glittery Rainbow Loom Rubber Bands - Little Girls and Grown Women will Love Rubber Bands with Glitter
For as long as I can remember, glitter has made me happy. Whether I use it in my body lotion, spray it in my hair, or cover Christmas ornaments with glitter during the holidays, I simply can't get enough of things that glitter. For this reason, I went crazy when I found glitter rubber bands for my Rainbow Loom. There are many different types of glitter bands to choose from and I think I will eventually buy them all. I have listed a few of my absolute favorites below.
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What's your favorite type of rubber band for making fun jewelry?
Tie-Dye and Glow-in-the-Dark Rubber Bands - A few more of my Absolute Favorite Rubber Bands for the Rainbow Loom
While I love creating solid colored rubber band bracelets, I has a tendency to put my special kind of flair on the bracelets I create. With this in mind, I am completely in love with the tie-dye bracelets. With tie-dye bracelets, you are guaranteed to never create the same bracelet twice, even if you use the same patterns. Glow-in-the-Dark is a Favorite of my Daughter'sWhile I'm not a huge fan of the glow-in-the-dark bracelets, my daughter is, which means I have been stocking up on these too. I don't know what it is about items that glow-in-the-dark, but little kids just seem to go nutsy over this type of stuff. To create glow-in-the-dark bracelets on your Rainbow Loom, check out the neat bands that are available on the Internet.
Plain White Rubber Bands will Glow-in-the-Dark
These plain white rubber bands might not look like much in the daytime, but when the lights are out, the cute bands will glow in the dark. To create a fun Rainbow Loom creation, mix regular rubber bands with glow-in-the-dark rubber bands.
Solid white bands that give off a great glow and come with c-clips