2 Steps Tutorial to Make Simple Rubber Band Cross Earrings Without a Loom




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Watch this jewelry tutorial of a cute easy rubber band cross earrings. Elastic colored rubber bands are required (found on Pandahall ). To finish this dangle cross earrings, you’ll first get to complete the simple rubber band cross charms! Let’s see how to make it in an easier way without a loom. Please don’t forget to subscribe, comment or like. Thanks!

Materials for making rubber band cross earrings:

Rubber Bands

Rubber Band Loom Hook

Earring Hooks

Step 1: Materials for Making Rubber Band Cross Earrings

Step 2: Take the Hook, Wrap a Rubber Band 2 Times

Step 3: Take Another Two Bands, and Slip Your Hook In

Step 4: Pinch and Pull the Wrapped Band to the Stretched Band

Step 5: Then Put the Other End of Band Onto the Hook

Step 6: Add Two Rubber Bands Again, Loom It in the Same Way

Step 7:

Step 8: Repeat Once, This Is the First Rubber Band Chain

Step 9:

Step 10: Do Another Two Rubber Chains in the Same Way

Step 11: The Middle Rubber Chain Is Longer Than the Other Two

Step 12: Take Another Two Bands

Step 13: Slip the Three Band Chains Onto the Connected Rubber Band

Step 14: Put the Other End of Connected Band Onto the Hook

Step 15: Add Another Two Bands, Loom It in the Same Way

Step 16:

Step 17:

Step 18: Remove the Rubber Bands Out of the Hook, Attach Both Ends Bands to the Earring Hooks.

Step 19: Here Is the Final Look of Rubber Band Earrings:



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    2 Discussions


    4 years ago

    Good job but... If you started explaining something you gotta a finish because I know there are a lot of people out there that prefer to read the instructables made so next time when you're explaining something you gotta finish explaining it.

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    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    thanks for your suggestion, actually I tried to complete the whole steps, but there was bug that I failed dragging the rest pics at that moment...now I've finish the pics. anyway, thanks!