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Arts and Crafts

Friday, April 27, 2012

Rubber Band Art - Materials and Equipment

It is rather simple to purchase rubber bands; most office supply stores offer them in several different sizes and widths and you may even have the choice between a few colors.

If you can't find what you need there, you can always try craft stores, but you most certainly will be successful by going on the Internet where you can find a much wider selection of colors and can order packages with larger counts.

Believe it or not, but there are even instruction books available for creating rubber band projects and several videos and examples on how to make rubber band creations are circulating on the web.

Most of the times all the equipment you need are your hands, but in case you like to make them stretch into wall art then a sturdy background, nails and a hammer would come in handy.

For transforming rubber bands into artistic jewelry you may need either a good adhesive or a needle and thread.

I am not sure, but I can imagine that for really large projects a framework may be required which functions as a foundation.

Creating smaller projects with rubber bands is a snap. Oh, speaking of which; be careful not to stretch them too far, because when they snap it hurts!

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