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Rainbow Loom Badgerainbow loom

Discover Art

By Sarah Lundquist & Makayla Russell, Dolphins, Troop #159

Penguins: do 3 requirements including the 2 starred requirements

Otters: do 4 requirements including the 2 starred requirements

Dolphins: do 5 requirements including the 2 starred requirements

Butterflies: do 6 requirements including the 2 starred requirements

Eagles: do 7 requirements including the 2 starred requirements

Owls: do 9 requirements including the 2 starred requirements

_____ *1. Know who started the rainbow loom, when and why.

_____ *2. Know the different parts used for rainbow looming (loom, mini loom, finger loom, monster tail, hook, bands, metal tipped hook, C clip, S clip, charm).

_____ 3. Go to the craft store and look at all the different supplies available

_____ 4. Make 1 beginner bracelet (basic, starburst, ladder, waterfall, fishtail, inverted fishtail, origami, beaded ladder, French braid)

_____ 5. Make 2 intermediate bracelets (triple link chain, triple fishtail, zippy chain, back and forth, zipper, dragon scale, butterfly garland, heart, diamond with ring, lionís mane, spectrum, vortex)

_____ 6. Make 1 advanced bracelet (snake belly, zig zag, rock candy, feather, totum pole, hexafish, sparkle, extravaganza, life saver, cruise wave, double starburst, triple starburst, lacey zee, eclipse)

_____ 7. Make a charm (cupcake, pineapple, banana, candy cane, wreath, heart, snowcone, panda, football, pencil, turtle)

_____ 8. Make a 3D charm (shake, ghost, cow, jellyfish, Olaf, duck, owl, creeper)

_____ 9. Make an accessory (ring, barefooted sandal, phone case, purse, earrings, glasses chain)

_____ 10. Make a bracelet for a friend or teacher

_____ 11. Donate bracelets to a childrenís hospital

_____ 12. Host a rainbow loom party

_____ 13. With adult permission, go on Youtube to learn a new technique

_____ 14. Invent a new bracelet

_____ 15. Make your own video or teach a friend how to rainbow loom

_____ 16. Neatly organize your loom supplies