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19 thoughts on “Nerdy Rainbow Loom Crafting”
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No, I meant your tween and Katy’s tweens, and maybe others…
i think there are plenty of pre teens at the studio that make them… i am sure they could come up with something! LOL! every saturday is like a sweatshop!
But I create digital stuff, not things you can stack on a table!
You might if you went together.
I don’t think she has enough stock just yet!
How about a table at Stage Right’s craft sale…
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Funny. My Mary Kate made one last night.
I’ll have my boys take some of their creations to Step Up this Friday to show her. They are really into it as well. The local schools have after school rainbow loom cubs!
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