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Have you caught on to the loom bands fad?

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loom bands


They are everywhere, in every colour and come with a whole range of accessories. They are called loom bands. It's quite a fad.

Has your household been affected by the fad?

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My little Granddaughter made one for me, for Mothers day! and I look at it every day.Bless her heart.Looks great when I wear it too!!
I think I get made one once a week by my friends daughter and wear them with pride. When I think they've worked so hard to produce something so funky it's something I definitely enjoy wearing. They get a huge amount of confidence and self esteem based on producing something wearable and awesome.
Even though my children bought the loom bands, it took me to figure the whole thing out and I've been creating little charms with my kids and helping them out when they get stuck. I actually quite like the craft.
Never seen them; must be a fad restricted to Australia at the moment.
Indeed we have - held out, but the kids kept coming home with them from friends, so figured we needed to reciprocate. Only got them yesterday...
Warning -Never wear these to bed. Could cut off circulation.
Nope, thank god! I think they're too bright and look a bit silly, but that's just my opinion.
No I haven't - but they look fun!
Yes, we have spent quite some time learning the latest bracelet making techniques on youtube and I am very impressed with some of the end results.
by Lucy
Same here. We have made some animal charms like a puppy, an owl, and we also made a Princess Elsa out of loom bands. YouTube tutorials are amazing.
No, but my younger sisters are addicted. I think it's great. It's fun and keeps them occupied.
by Vee
If you start making those intricate designs, it's almost like learning a new craft. I agree that it keeps the kids engaged in a constructive activity.
They're very pretty and it looks like fun, but I think I'd probably use my limited time to learn a skill that I can develop further. Great for kids, though.
I must admit that it does look rather cute on children and some have even mastered the art of arranging them quite nicely. But I don't really expect it to be used beyond that.
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