Rainbow Loom Class Valentines
If you have kids between the ages of about 4 and 54, you may have heard of this little thing called “Rainbow Loom”. You may also regularly find tiny rubber bands in your vacuum, you may have helped sort colored rubber bands to keep them organized, and you may be wearing at least one colorful creation right now…or maybe that’s just me! My daughter is 6 and she loves her rainbow loom, she likes to teach other people how to use it (including our incredibly sweet neighborhood moms!) She makes so many bracelets that they are spilling out of her jewelry boxes and out of her kits, and she adores making them for other people, which led me to the class valentine idea! All of the kids in her class love the bracelets, boys and girls alike. Even if they make their own at home, they are always so excited when someone makes them one as a gift. When looking at how many my daughter already had made, and how much fun she has making them, we decided that for her class valentines this year, she could make a bracelet for each of her friends! Knowing that packaging always makes a gift better, we came up with a rainbow loom class valentine printable!! It’s so easy, you simply download the cards, print them on white cardstock on your home computer, cut them out, and slip the rainbow loom bracelet over it! BAM! Rainbow Loom Class Valentines are ready to go!
We will be doing the fishtails for her friends, as she can make them quickly, but the singles would be great too!
And guess what?? I will be posting a new free printable every month as part of a printable blog hop with some of my favorite bloggers! Hop on over to these great sites for other printable class valentines!
I am off this week to Salt Lake City to attend the Cricut Launch Event followed by Alt, so I won’t be around much, but I will be back with a lot of goodies next week!