Sep 17

Bible Bands by Katreina Eden

Create Fun, Fashionable Rubber Band Jewelry While Strengthening and Sharing Your Faith

Bible Bands by Katreina Eden

Bible Bands by Katreina Eden

Rubber band jewelry is the hottest new craze, and now you can try these new designs. Based on scriptures from the Bible, these projects are easy to follow and fun to wear. Show your faith and inspire others with the uplifting jewelry found in Bible Bands.

Fun to make and wear, these bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and rings are a perfect project for your whole family to enjoy together. You can wear them yourself or give them as gifts.

Bible Bands is available at DeseretBook.com and other bookstores near you. It is also available for the Kindle at Amazon.com.

My Review:

Bible Bands contains 13 loom designs to create faith-based rubber band jewelry. It begins by teaching a basic pattern, and then the projects increase in difficulty from there. Each design is explained by step-by-step instructions with color photographs to illustrate each step. Eden provides additional tips to help you add your own creative flair to the projects.

I think that making rubber band jewelry would be a fun project to do with your elementary school aged children. I like that kids can explore their creativity and have a finished product that is meaningful as well. Like a CTR ring or WWJD bracelets and pins, these creations give children a gentle reminder of faith as well as being decorative.

This book does not include the actual loom and rubber bands required to make the designs. You’ll want to be sure to purchase the supplies that you need before you get started.

About the Author:

Katreina Eden grew up in the Midwest but eventually landed in California where she went to law school and then ran her own law firm for a number of years. She currently works as the Executive Vice President of Cedar Fort, Inc., in Springville, Utah. Katreina also owns and operates Oganiwic, LLC, an all-natural candle company, with her sister. She enjoys being out in nature and spending time with family.

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