Rainbow loom charms are easy to make and look cute on your backpacks, keychains, bracelets, etc. The wide collection of charms featured in this article is based on animals, comic characters, food, dresses and articles of daily use. We have mainly included video tutorials for ease of understanding.
Add a splash of color to your pencils by making these colorful pom poms out of loom bands. They could well be the coolest pencil toppers you could lay your hands on.
Mini fish look super cute as charms. You just need colorful loom bands and a rainbow loom for this project. If you have orange loom bands, you could add a goldfish to your kitty. The video instructions are pretty straightforward.
The tutorial offers a brilliant option to keep kids engaged for hours. The peace-loving turtles have been styled in bright colors to look eye-catchy.
Kids will be delighted to receive these candy charms as gifts. Those with a sweet tooth would love to flaunt them.
The pretty daisy is the subject of this tutorial. Girls would love the red blooms on their ornaments. They can be made fast so that you have a bunch in just a little time.
This pink charm can be used for the important social cause, breast cancer awareness. Just flaunt it people will get the message.
Animal lovers would love to make a hippo, thanks to the above-linked video tutorial. You can make an animal charms collection by going through the tutorials on the other rubber band loom animals listed on this page.
Show off the Minecraft fan in you by wearing these green charms. You can also gift them to the video game enthusiasts.
The characteristic bird of the poles looks lovely in black, white and orange loom bands. The small size makes it apt to be used as a charm.
This one is for the men. The mustache, regarded as a fine sign of masculinity, is created through this tutorial, albeit in charm form.
Candy cane charms can add a new dimension to your Christmas decorations. Go looming with orange and white bands and be amazed at the results.
If you love fruits or are a health conscious person, you would swear by pineapples. It goes without saying that you would lap up the linked video guide.
Make these for a birthday boy or girl and catch the twinkle in his/her eyes. Don’t they look absolutely yum! Ready for the cakewalk, err, walk-through?
This one is dedicated to Pokemon fans. You can use it as a pencil topper. Just pay attention to the length of its limbs.
The beads add volume and dimension to the blossom. Make a group of them in different colors and string them in a bracelet if you wish.
If you like mythological characters, this unicorn charm is for you. You can turn it into a horse by giving the horns a miss and replacing the white loom bands with brown.
Invoke your spiritual and religious spirit by making these cross charms. They can be made in a multitude of colors and are minimalistic.
This pretty white and gray star would look great as a Christmas ornament. Make a handful of them to decorate your Christmas tree. You could also use the pattern for making snowflake charms.
If you are a bag lover, you would go for this one. You can add buttons for a hint of detail. The flap looks good in a shade different from the rest of the body of the purse.
This charm will speak volumes about your patriotism. It is perfect for Independence Day. It looks sober in red and blue. Note the star detailing.
You can gift this to your Valentine to convey a message of love. They would also look good on friendship bracelets.
Persons who have their names starting with S would find this charm handy. It is 2 dimensional and quite simple to make.
You can make the charms for your best friend. She would remember you every time she wears or uses them. You can experiment with the colors as per your choice. You can use the above guides as inspirations to create many more charms of different patterns.
Published on June 4th 2018 by Peyton Derrida