This is a promotional post for Friendly Bands

Friendly Bands Sunshine Loom Kit Giveaway
Sponsor: Friendly Bands
Host: Parenting Healthy
If you have kids about 5 years and older, you may have noticed the comeback in ‘friendship bracelets'. The difference between our friendship bracelets of the late 80's and now is the the structure of these bracelets. When I was younger, our friendship bracelets were yarn and string. They still have these available, but they make it hard to engage the younger kids. My son is 6 and the kids his age can craft with the bands a lot easier than the yarn. I remember being a kid and we would make a bunch of bracelets and set up a table at our neighborhood entrance and sell bracelets and cookies. It never made us a fortune, but they were some fun memories! I love having this Sunshine Loom Kit from Friendly Bands as after making 1 or 2 bracelets, my 6 year old did just fine on his own. He just comes to me to take it off the loom and get the ends together.
This is such a great activity for my son. He'll pull it out watching TV or just sit quietly and match band colors together. He kept his first band, gave his second to a classmate and his third is for his teacher. He is so proud of his bands and this is why I am including Friendly Bands in my Easter Gift Guide!
  • Sunshine Loom
  • Clear Lid
  • 1 fbHook
  • 3 Special fbCharma
  • 24 fbLinks
  • 600+ fbRubberbands (latex-free)
This basic kit is rated for ages 5 and older. With over 90 instructional videos, the crafts and rubber band jewelry your kids can make will keep them entertained for a while! The videos are so easy to follow. Friendly Bands was founded by Jessica at only 8 years old in 2011 and is the first and only circular loom for rubber band projects.
Learn more:*Save 10% on a Friendly Bands kit by using Promo Code: SunshineLoom-PH


The Giveaway

1 lucky reader will win a Friendly Bands Sunshine Loom Basic Kit like the one above. Enter below. Open to US and ends on 3/17/2015. Good luck!


Disclaimer: Parenting Healthy was sent product. All opinions are 100% my own. I am not responsible for prize fulfillment. 

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  1. I want to win this one for a friend’s child. The first thing that she would make is a bracelet.

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