Rainbow Loom! DIY 5 Easy Rainbow Loom Bracelets without a Loom (DIY Loom Bands)

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Rainbow loom! Rainbow loom bracelets are colorful DIY loom bands that we all love. In this DIY rainbow loom tutorial I show five beautiful band bracelets designs. These loom bands are easy, simple and fast to make but look so cute! These are all loomless bracelets, which means that we can make them without a rainbow loom. In this loom bands tutorial I show how to create a simple rainbow loom using pencils, an eraser and a nail polish. If you would like to see easy DIY rainbow loom charms in my next tutorial, comment bellow.


The first DIY rainbow loom design I show in this tutorial is the classic and super cute fishtail rainbow loom bracelet. This loom bands bracelet is so easy to make and takes no more than five minutes! For the fishtail stitch you need to have three bands on two pins and then pull the bottom band over the two top ones! Add another band and repeat the step. You can make a fishtail rainbow loom bracelet with fingers too! A fishtail loom bracelet can be made with only one color of loom bands or you can use more. I decided to go for violet and yellow colors. Be creative and use three different colors of loom bands for a tricolor fishtail bracelet!

Bands and beads anyone? In this rainbow loom tutorial I show a cute beaded band bracelet. You need a bunch of bands, some beads, a c-clip and a pencil loom or fingers for this DIY. I love how beads add so much dimension to the bracelet and make it look so bold and full. You can make the bracelet using all the beads in one color and all the bands in another or you can mix more colors like I did. Either way, the bracelet looks epic!

My favorite bracelet has to be an awesome three colored chain which reminds of an alien from the predator movie! This band bracelet is made on two pins so you can make it with your fingers, two pencils or even on a fork. The bracelet combines an inverse fishtail stitch with a normal single stitch and a fishtail stitch. Repeating these stitches while adding on the bands will result in a cool predator bracelet! I decided to use girly colors for this one and it turned out so cute!

In this rainbow loom tutorial I also show how to make a gorgeous DIY charmed band bracelet by combining loom bands and washers. We need a bunch of bands, a c-clip and some flat washers. You can find these in your dad’s garage or you can buy them and they are normally very cheap. I bet these are the cheapest connector charms out there! I love using stuff in a non conventional way, and this band bracelet perfectly represents that. I know the washers are very useful in construction but look pretty awesome as bracelet charms too.

The last bracelet in this rainbow loom tutorial is a fun and colorful double cross rainbow loom bracelet. You need a bunch of loom bands, and a c-clip. This DIY bracelet is made on a loom with four pins. You can use a rainbow loom if you have it or you can make your own loom using four pencils, a squared bottle of nail polish and a tape. This bracelet requires two bands for each band layer. I used six different colors for this double cross rainbow loom fishtail bracelet and I love how it turned out. It’s like a carnival bracelet. Bold, happy and bright!

You can make a ton of beautiful rainbow loom band bracelets even if you don’t have a loom or a hook. All of these were so easy to make and look fantastic! Don’t forget to check out my first episode of loom band bracelets if you haven’t already!

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