Introduction: Rainbow Loom Vegetable Garden Bracelet
These cute little charms are my original designs. They include strawberries, a carrot, a cucumber, a turnip thing, a tomato, and a green pepper. Please note that to make these, you need to know how to make the starburst. Have fun! And please vote for me! I entered kinda late.
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Step 1: The Strawberry (part1)
The strawberry is all starburst 'technology.' If you dont know how to starburst, this is going to be hard. Otherwise, it's easy.Starting with the arrow facing up, I start with one band on the middle row going up. Then I go all around and placing a cap band on top until it look like a independent starburst. Now going in the correct backwards order, I hook all the bands back to their original pegs while the cap band hold them in place. Random: I call the starburst the equation bracelet, because you have to undo in reverse order. LOL!
Step 2: Strawberry (part2)
To continue, follow the instruction in the boxes.
Step 3: Strawberry (part3)
Step 4: Turnip Thing
the turnip thing is the same as the strawberry, but using purple and white.
Step 5: Tomato and Green Pepper
the tomato and gp are using similar logic as the strawberry. refer to boxes.
Step 6: Cucumber (part1)
Step 7: Cuc (part2)
Step 8: Carrot
boxes Put the charms on a rainbow loom bracelet, and you're done! Hope you enjoyed
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