Rubberband Friendship Bracelets

Introduction: Rubberband Friendship Bracelets

Todayyou will learn how to make a Rubberband Friendship Bracelets!!!

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Step 1: What You Need

For this project you will need 1 safety pin and small colorful stretchy rubberbands.

Step 2: Hook Rubberband on Safety Pin

Take your Rubberband any color I did blue and then open the safety pin and slide on the rubberband on the safety pin then close it.

Step 3: Hook on More Rubberbands

Take a diffrent rubberband and slide it through the first one A.K.A (the blue one).

Step 4: Keep Adding Rubberbands On

Keep adding rubberbands on. By repeating step 3.

Step 5: Finshing Step

After your done adding rubberbands you will open the safety and add the last one onto the safety pin!!

Step 6: FINSHED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now you are finshed to and you are ready to show off your new rubberband bracelet!!!!!

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    29 Discussions

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    AmalA3
    AmalA3

    5 years ago on Introduction

    the safety pin shows too much...i think jump rings or smthng small would be good.....but rest is really wonderful..........................

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    lexis124
    lexis124

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Where do you get those small colorful rubber bands?

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    RachelB1
    RachelB1

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    get them in a kit at micheals or another craft store. They have the rainbow loom kits and refills at a lot of places

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    Aly Guizar
    Aly Guizar

    6 years ago

    I get them at Claires michaels and walmart

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    sarbear123
    sarbear123

    6 years ago

    I think it's an cool idea

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    Nazanin-g
    Nazanin-g

    6 years ago

    that's really nice♥♥ i had made one TNX;-)

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    abby02
    abby02

    7 years ago on Introduction

    instead of using a paperclip you can use these little clear holders that don't show much attention

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    abby02
    abby02

    7 years ago on Introduction

    where do you get the small rubber bands? i have looked in dollar stores and even A.C. Moore but still no luck do any of you guys know where to get them?

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    sgsidekick
    sgsidekick

    10 years ago on Introduction

    That looks cool, but I wonder if there is a different way to close it.  The safety pin kinda takes away from the cool look.

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    jasonmusic1
    jasonmusic1

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I just bought colored paper clips for my daughter and they work and look great.

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    kiwi13754
    kiwi13754

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Oh, I just use colored lanyard closers at michaels or Joanns

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    JULIET1230
    JULIET1230

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    WELL YOU CAN CLOSE IT BY PUTTING A PAPER CLIP AT ANY COLOUR YOU WANT .

    Really great... I so needed to know this!.
    Thankyou so much for your help!!! <3 :)

    lovely bracelet but i do not get all de steps just can someone (whose ready to help) can just post as a comment please

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    kiwi13754
    kiwi13754

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I like to use those lanyard clips instead becasue the paper clips and the safety pins are too big for me.

    If I make a ring, I use jump rings.