This is a traditional art, well.. Not really traditional.. Using rubber band to form shapes- by twisting, pull,etc. Children usually like this art, because it's simple and easy. This art is different with the Ayatori art, Ayatori arts are using strings not rubber bands. This is really popular in Indonesian school, most of children usually can make this art. And I'm going to share it to you.(Thanks to my friend, Daniel Chan who taught me those arts, I'll post more if he finds more shapes.)

Step 1: : Materials

Of course! Rubber Bands! I suggest not to use new rubber band, because it's really hard to stretch it. Used rubber band will easier to stretch
this is like a "mini" cats craddle! fun! :D
You should add the "double star".

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Bio: Hi! I'm Wilson, I'm from Indonesia but I'm studying in Australia for now.
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