The loom bands-making phenomenon has already invaded the Philippines and it has been causing a massive hoarding purchasing of tiny rubber bands being used for loom band projects/creations. With lots and lots of colorful rubber bands, from solid colors in different hues to rainbow-like or two-toned combinations, no wonder that my unused beads organizer container, which I lend to my daughter, is now full of loom rubber bands.
I have been looking for the same organizer/container from crafting shops to bookstores and department stores but I haven’t found any yet. I was in the brink of giving up in organizing these tiny rubber bands until a light bulb moment when I remembered I have those toilet paper cardboard tubes stashed away waiting for another recycling project. Perfect! 🙂
Cut to size cardboard tubes then glue one side to scraps of cardboard/paper.
After thoroughly dried, cut to size again to have cardboard containers.
I have decided to use my washi tapes to decorate my cardboard containers.
The circular cardboard containers fit well inside my stash of rectangular plastic containers. I’m so happy! 🙂
Here’s the loom band-making stash of my daughter:
And she’s still asking me to buy more bands of other different colors. Yikes.
Now, here are some of her loom band creations, most of her previous creations were already given to her favorite grandmother, and friends (don’t tell her that I’ve told you that she was the one who maid these):
Just like most of us, she also taught herself to make these loom bands via video tutorials on Youtube.
See you here again soon for another recycling project! 🙂