I was over at my friends house the other day and she has a daughter who loves crafts. Right now she is into the rubber-band bracelets. My friend was complaining about how the rubber bands and the bracelets were left laying around all over the house. I told her that I had just read about this new product called The Original Loom Boom. The Loom Boom features bright-colored tubes that can hold up to 40 bracelets. The tube is detachable from the base so “loomers” can transport and share, as well as have easy access to bracelets at the bottom. The base also contains extra storage for loom bands, charms, clips, and other spare parts.
With the Loom Boom the “loomers” are organized and can display all of their bracelets together. They come in bright colors just like your creations.
This April, “loomers” from far and wide will submit their creations for a
chance to become a Super Loomer in the 1st Annual Loomy Awards!
The Loomy Awards are sponsored by The Original Loom Boom, a first-of-its kind product intended to organize, display, transport and share your loom
bracelet creations. Winners will be chosen from four categories: Best
Bracelet, Coolest Charm, Wackiest Wearable, and Best Loom Boom. Three
winners will each receive a $250 gift card, and one grand prize winner
will receive a $500 gift card! Plus, all winners will receive a special
edition of The Original Loom Boom! Entries can be submitted on The Original
Loom Boom’s Facebook page beginning on March 30, 2014, and winners will be
announced on a live web award show April 30, 2014. You can enter your creation HERE.
Visit your local learning Express or Michaels to pick up your very own Loom Boom.
Loom Boom has also given me one Original Loom Boom to give to one of my readers. You must be 18+ US (48). Leave a comment on who you would give your Loom Boom to if you won. Extra entry if you like Loom Boom on Facebook. Extra entries for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends on Apr 17, 2014. Enter daily for more chances to win.
Please fill out the form HERE to enter.
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