Hi everyone! It’s Sarah from The Simply Crafted Life, here again with another dose of fresh washi inspiration.
I have to give most of the credit for this post to my daughter – I swear, ever since Christmas when she received a Rainbow Loom, she has been like some distant relative of Hook.
That looming tool never leaves her hand. Anyone else out there know what I’m talking about? Anyone else have a vacuum bag that’s half filled with tiny little elastics? If so, this post is for you.
This is a super quick and easy project – all you need is your loom, hook, and some washi tape.
Start by cutting a piece of washi tape to fit your loom hook. I wrap the tape right below the back removal portion of the hook, all the way to the line where the mini loom sits.
To cover your mini loom, I first did the section that has a little cutout. Then I wrapped them up the other sides.
On the bottom section, I used strips of tape to cover the “joiner” that holds it all together. This was her leopard print loom set, as you can see!
And there you have it, a cute way to personalize your loom and make sure it never gets mixed up with anyone else’s again!
For more looming goodness, stop by my blog and check out my two Rainbow Loom posts – 40+ Bracelets, Charms, and Storage Ideas, and the follow up, 40+ More Rainbow Loom tutorials. You also might like my friendship bracelet post – 1 Supply, 20 Bracelets.
Sarah is a part time elementary teacher, part time craft fanatic. She is a full time mom and wife, and can often be found with glitter in her hair. Her blog, Becoming Martha, is a place where she helps readers unleash their creativity and empowers them to create a more beautiful domestic life. Her husband says this often comes at the price of their own domestic beauty, but the jury is still out on that one. Sarah lives in the great white north (a.k.a Canada) with her husband, their two daughters, and their pet fish. She loves cheesecake, hydrangeas, and polka dots, and throwing fabulous bashes on a budget is her passion! To learn more, stop by and visit her at one of Becoming Martha’s many homes on the web: Blog / Facebook/ Twitter / Pinterest