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Rainbow Loom StarBurst Bracelet

Rainbow Loom StarBurst Bracelet

Lesson 25: Rainbow Loom® StarBurst Bracelet

This is an instructional video for how to make the Rainbow Loom® Star Burst Bracelet. Level: Advanced. Special thanks go to Dani from Learning Express of Syl…




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24 Comments to “Rainbow Loom StarBurst Bracelet”

  1. I am soooooo confused

  2. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 6:25 am // Reply

    I love that you guys are making these for your moms and teaching your moms!

  3. Gefdotera tweko // August 28, 2013 at 6:34 am // Reply

    Made 1 for my brother my mom and I thx

  4. Jacqueline Turk // August 28, 2013 at 7:10 am // Reply

    Thanks! My mom loves rainbow loom a lot now. She got the hang of it!!!!!! It was a great video!!!!!!

  5. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 8:08 am // Reply

    wjaybird22, You are correct.The bands need to be placed in a certain order and looped in certain order to connect to one another. If one step is not followed properly, then the bands will fall apart when pulled from the loom.

  6. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 8:13 am // Reply

    esings196, Yes, it is okay if the cap bands are loose. The cap bands should be held down while you loop around them. The trick is to loop the cap bands properly. Try to use bands that have not been stretched to get the best result when making a cap band.

  7. is it ok if my cap bands are loose?

  8. Michael Bolt // August 28, 2013 at 8:53 am // Reply

    i never got to loop the perimeter bands, but you taught me how, why isn’t your video recommended. LIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Wow thanks soo much!!

  10. Great video! One question: do you have to lay them down in the certain order? Because the first time I did it I didn’t and it didn’t work…you probably do

  11. Awesome vid!

  12. Sulianna Tui // August 28, 2013 at 9:50 am // Reply

    I dont get the last part how you take it off:( when i pullee oy off and it didnt work i just staryed crying litterally

  13. Awww I messed up…. I’ll try again tomorrow…. haha

  14. why is it that I just made it and when I tried to pull it off the board, it just broke. I’m so sad!!

  15. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 12:00 pm // Reply

    Do you have any patterns that you would like to suggest for upcoming videos? We’re are attempting to alternate “old” and “new”.

  16. Loverofcats45 // August 28, 2013 at 12:48 pm // Reply

    Plz Do More Patterns!!

  17. caitlinruth1231 // August 28, 2013 at 1:14 pm // Reply

    Thanks it turned out great!

  18. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 2:12 pm // Reply

    Maddie, If the sides were coming apart that means that you may have missed looping and outside band. When I first started making rubber band bracelets I experienced this many times. When this happens, examine the bracelet carefully and try to figure out what caused the bracelet to come apart. Each time you will learn from your mistakes and you will get better!

  19. Maddie-Luvs-Ya // August 28, 2013 at 2:20 pm // Reply


  20. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 2:48 pm // Reply

    The most common reason that the bracelets fall apart is that a band (or bands) was not looped correctly. All bands must be pulled back and away from the band that you are looping. This is what loops the bands through one another and connects them. Watch the looping section of the video closely staring at 5:19. If this does not help, please let me know where your bracelets start to fall apart. I will try to help.

  21. xXTRSLoverXx // August 28, 2013 at 2:54 pm // Reply

    I push them down but the bands fall off.

  22. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 3:41 pm // Reply

    If you purchased from the Rainbow Loom website, the pins are tall enough. Make sure that you push all of the rubber bands down firmly, using your pointer fingers, on each of the center pins. They multiple layers of bands will fit on a Rainbow Loom. Keep me posted. I’ll try to help you more if this does not work.

  23. xXTRSLoverXx // August 28, 2013 at 4:02 pm // Reply

    The rainbow loom from the site.

  24. Suzanne Peterson // August 28, 2013 at 4:33 pm // Reply

    Hello, If you have the original Rainbow Loom the pins should be deep enough as shown in this video. If you have a “copy-cat” loom then the pins will be too short. Can you let me know what kind of loom you were using?

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