Rainbow Loom Bracelets are all the rage at our home. Is your house covered in plastic bands?  I love that both boys and girls have caught on to this craze. Daily I am amazed at how creative people can be with the Rainbow Loom! So it was only natural that my daughter wanted to make bracelets for her classroom valentines. We are sharing her Valentine idea for you to use if you like (your’s won’t say from Bella). If you don’t have a plastic band fanatic and need cool Valentines, some of the most creative bloggers have these  fun printable Valentines in our Print Your Valentines Series!

Rainblow Loom Printable ValentinesFree Rainbow Loom Valentine

Rainbow Loom Valentine Supplies

Rainbow Loom, plastic bands, free printable download, scissors and standard hole punch.

Rainbow Loom Valentine Supplies

How to make Plastic Band Classroom Valentines

First get busy making bracelets. My daughter needed to make 19 plastic band bracelets! Download and print the Free Rainbow Loom Valentine PDF in color on white cardstock. Cut out the cards. Punch holes on each side of the wrist. We had to punch several holes together to make a hole just big enough to slip the bracelet through.

Rainbow Loom Friendship Bracelet Valentine TutorialOnce all the rainbow loom bracelets are made these classroom Valentines go together really quickly!  We are “knot” kidding when we say we love plastic bands!

Plastic Band Friendship Bracelet Valentines

 More Classroom Valentine Ideas!

If you are in the need of fun clever classroom Valentines, this roundup of 100 Cute Printable Valentines will give you some great ideas. If you want to come up with your own design these cute saying for Valentines will give you plenty of inspiration.  And don’t forget to keep following along with our printable Valentines series.




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  1. Thank you so much for sharing! My 5 y.o. daughter said she wanted to do these and then fell in love with a die cut heart shape. To my surprise, my 4 y.o. son jumped right in and said he wanted to do the loom cards for his class. Such a hit with everyone!

  2. When I try to print from the link for this adorable valentine it only prints the pink card on an 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of paper and it’s HUGE. I was hoping to get all 4 on one page. Any way you could email me the link with the right photo’s

  3. wooow such a brilliant idea, my daughter is obsessed with rainbow loom!!! Thank you!

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  5. My kids would love this! I thank you for this cute idea, even with Valentine’s over, it gets me thinking. Found you over at Tatertots and Jello Link Party!

  6. Thanks so much! My daughter had made her class bracelets and this was the perfect presentation! She felt so proud of herself putting these together.

  7. Thank you for this awesome idea. My daughter saw something like this on Pinterest and wanted to make some DIY loom bracelets. This is great and it saves us $9 (from buying the template from Etsy that she wanted to buy) to make her cards!

  8. What a darling idea! We are snowed in and the kids will have to hand out their Valentines on Monday.

  9. Thank you for sharing this! My son has been busy all week making up wristbands and bracelets for his class and this is the perfect valentine to accompany them!

  10. I think this is such a cute idea! My kids love making bracelets on their rainbow loom. If you don’t have a loom, but wanted to do this, you could look up how to make a fish tail bracelet with pencils on you tube. These are quick and easy bracelets with no loom required!

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