OMG...This is the only set you need if you want to just make bracelets and necklaces without charms or beads!!!❤ It''s our absolute favorite, and our go to option. Fyi...This is the authentic Rainbow Loom. I purchased the one sold and shipped by Amazon. I...
OMG...This is the only set you need if you want to just make bracelets and necklaces without charms or beads!!!❤ It''s our absolute favorite, and our go to option.
Fyi...This is the authentic Rainbow Loom. I purchased the one sold and shipped by Amazon.
I bought this set and the Original Rainbow Loom set on Amazon for my 8yr old daughter for Christmas. I also bought an extra case of bands here on Amazon. She was super excited to get this because she added a rainbow loom to her wish list pretty late in the season after seeing the regular rainbow loom at her friend''s house. If you''re wanting to just make bracelets and necklaces with just the bands, I recommend just getting these Finger Looms. It''s seriously so easy for little hands, and you can just keep going and going and make any length you desire! My daughter was able to make a bracelet on her own, with me only showing her the first steps one time. After us each making a bracelet at the same time, she went off and made a necklace on her own as her 2nd ever creation, &with a cute pattern to boot. She did ask for help connecting the ends, but that''s it. I was surprised with how quickly she picked it up. I even made a bracelet and it was super thick and really cool. Details on which step I did differently, by mistake down below. &I''m pretty proud of my first creation, too! Did I say that the Finger Loom is our favorite, and was the easiest to work with??? Lol... Because I can''t stress this enough. I''m so glad I got this. Plus, now she and her 2 neighbor friend''s can all 3 make bracelets at the same time, which was my original reason for getting this particular set. For reference, she''s 8 and her neighbor friend''s are currently 5 and 6. Everyone was able to do this easily right away. This would be great to get for a sleepover and any kind of party or even family gatherings. Even if you have the regular rainbow loom, I promise you''ll like this addition. It''s so much faster to do, and doesn''t take any practice. I hope my pictures of everything will help. You can see the bracelets we made, and my daughter''s wearing the necklace she made in the picture with our Yorkie.
At the end of step 1-4 it says repeat steps 2-4, but it''s only supposed to be repeat steps 3-4. At least in our experience. Plus you''ll eventually run out of space on the base to work if you do 2-4. I used 3-4 for the entire bracelet after the initial 1-4, and 2-4, because I realized something wasn''t right. Mine is so sturdy you can''t squeeze it in or stretch it much, and I only used step 2-4 one time, which added that 1 extra band, but that kept the count at 4 total bands throughout the bracelet, which turned out to be okay. I liked that result. If you do 2-4 more than one time, it will keep adding more & more bands on your base and it won''t be sustainable. If I would have added 2-4 until the end, there wouldn''t have been room on the base to keep going, and it''ll use too many bands, and just not be right. I know this because I started to do this my 1st go round, and I had to work backwards taking every single band off until I got down to the first 3 bands. Like I said...do it 1 time max, and then stick with 3-4, or just stick with 3-4 after your 1st 1-4, and it''ll be perfect. My daughter''s necklace was done with only doing 3-4 after the initial 1-4, and it''s made exactly how it was supposed to be made. I hope this makes sense. I''ll post the direction paper to help. Please ask if you have additional questions.