Thursday, April 24, 2014

The Original Loom Boom


As many of you are aware, the Oscars just aired this past month, but are you aware that this month is the Loomy Awards!  That's right, this month Loomers everywhere will submit their favorite creations to have a chance at becoming a Super Loomer in the 1st Annual Loomy Awards.  

The Original Loom Boom has sponsored this fabulous award event.  As you may or may not know, A Loom Boom is a unique product that helps organize, display, and transport all of your creative loom creations.  My oldest son really enjoys making fun bracelets and rings using his Loom board.  It seems to be all the craze lately. If you have a little loomer at home, be sure to encourage them to enter the contest by submitting on the Original Loom Boom's Facebook page. All winners will be announced on April 30, 2014 via a live web show. 


Winners will be selected from the following categories:
  • Best Bracelet
  • Coolest Charm
  • Wackiest Wearable
  • Best Loom Boom
Three winners will each receive a $250 Gift Card, and one grand prize winner will win a $500 Gift Card. Plus, every winner will receive their very own special edition of the Original Loom Boom.  Hurry up and enter today, because you can't win if you don't enter!




9 comments:

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MikiHope said...

We used to make pot holders on looms--now they make bracelets. All I can say is either is good for a rainy day when you are stuck inside!

Diane Estrella said...

Making crafts like this are great for kids to work on finger dexterity. Plus, they are fun and cool too!

Jenn said...

That's pretty cool, my daughter would love it.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That's a neat way to store your bracelets. My niece and nephew love making loom creations! I bet they would love a Loom Bloom!

Monica said...

Seriously -I have these bracelets and rubber bands all over my house! Even my three year old knows how to make them. Looks like a smart storage option.

amanda mcmahon said...

This looks like a good way to do crafts with young kids (not preschoolers)

Sandra VanHoey said...

I've recently been seeing a lot of these and plan on checking in with my granddaughters to see if they are making these. The twins are 11 and I know they would love doing this

Christina Shirley said...

Never heard of this, but sounds like a great chance for a nice prize!