How to Make a Triple Rainbow Loom Bracelet

Learn how to make a triple Rainbow Loom bracelet from The Lanyard Ladies in this Howcast video.

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Hi, I'm Heidi from the Lanyard Ladies, and today I'm going to show you how to make a triple single rainbow loom bracelet. And this is what it looks like when it's done. So let's get started. You're going to need your rubber bands and your hook and your rainbow loom. You're going to need four different colors to make this bracelet. Make sure that the arrows are facing away from you. I'm going to start with the pink. Now you're going to hook your pink on each peg all the way across. So whatever color you choose, just go straight across until you get to the end. Just keep hooking them just like that. I'm going to take my second color, and I'm going to go into the middle pegs. Now you're going to take your third color, and you're going to do the same thing that you did with the other two. Now you're going to take your fourth color, and I'm going to use the black because that's going to be like a border. You're going to skip the first three pegs. And we're going to make this like a triangle just like that. It should be facing the opposite of your red arrow. And you're going to do that all the way across. Just keep making these, just like that. the easiest way to do that is to pull straight across and one down. That's what it will look like when you're done. Now you're going to take your rainbow loom, and you're going to turn it around. And I'm going to start from this row. And we're going to take our tool. We're going to go underneath the black. Grab onto your rubber band, and hook it to your next peg. Now the second one is a little tricky, because you're going to go underneath all the black. You're only looking for the blue. Grab your blue out and hook it to the next peg. And you're going to do the same thing all the way across. Pull them back. Grab your blue out, and hook it to the next peg. Now you're going to go to the middle, and you're going to do the same thing. You're going to grab the yellow, and you're going to hook it on. Go to the next one, and just keeping hooking. The middle row is the easiest row, because there's no black in the way. So you can actually just see it easier, and you can just hook right across. So you're going to do the same thing all the way across. Continue grabbing the rubber band from underneath the peg, pulling it onto the next. And now we're going to do the last row, same thing. Go in, grab your pink underneath the black, and go to the next peg. Go underneath the black. Dig down. Get the pink, and pull it onto the next peg. Push the black away. Grab the pink. And you just continue doing this all the way until you get to the end. So now you've gotten to the end. And when you're at the end, the last three colors, you're going to go over here, and you're going to take the blue off at the end. And you're going to hook that onto the middle, just like that. And you're going to take the pink, and you're going to do the same thing. Grab that on and hook both rubber bands onto the middle, just like that. Now you're going to take a rubber band. You're going to put your hook all the way through all the rubber bands. Make it come out the side. Hook your rubber band on, and pull it through all of them. And hook your pink rubber band on there. Now you're going to pull your rubber bands off. Just pull them off like that. And there you have your single, triple rainbow loom. But now you need an extension, because it's not long enough to fit your wrist. So we're going to turn our loom back around with the arrows facing that way. And again, we're going to use six rubber bands. I'm going to use pink for mine. Turn it back around. Take your rubber bands off your tool. Put it onto the last peg, and stretch that out to the next peg, just like that. And your bracelet is there. And now starting hooking again. Grab that one off your peg, and hook it to the next peg. And just keep hooking until you get to the end. Now we're going to get a C clip. And you're going to take the other side of your bracelet, and you're going to attach the other side to your C clip just like that. And now you have a triple rainbow loom bracelet.

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    We teach you how to make a ton of different friendship bracelets and lanyard patterns that are fun and easy to make. Making friendship and lanyard bracelets brings out the creativity in everyone. You'll be amazed at what your children can make!