Cool Maker KumiKreator Friendship Bracelet Maker Review and Giveaway

I remember being obsessed with friendship bracelets when I was at primary school. We all made them for each other and I remember begging my mum to let me loose on her embroidery threads so I could make them. They were a painstaking labour of love. Taking hours and hours to make each one. A simple mistake (and trust me mistakes could be very simply made) and you’d end up throwing away all your work. How I wish we’d had the Cool Maker KumiKreator Friendship Bracelet Maker back then.

Cool Maker KumiKreator

How to use the Cool Maker KumiKreator

The Cool Maker KumiKreator makes making friendship bracelets an absolute doddle. And they don’t take long either. What you get in the set is a KumiKreator itself, plus everything else you need to make up to ten friendship bracelets. This includes spools of thread, clasps, end caps, clasp stickers and a design booklet showing you how to set things up  to make several different designs.

Cool Maker KumiKreator

The KumiKreator itself requires minimal assembly when you get it out of the box. Literally just picking the arm into place. Once you do that and line the spools up in a certain manner you’re ready to go.

Cool Maker KumiKreator

Using the guides in the design booklet you get the threads that you need and simply click the spools into place in the KumiKreator. Then you thread the threads up into the arm and you’re pretty much ready to start.

Cool Maker KumiKreator

The clever mechanism inside the KumiKreator takes care of all the threads and all you need to do is turn the handle. We found that we had absolutely no problems at all using the KumiKreator to make several bracelets. Should it get into a jam though there are some helpful hints and tips to un-jam things over at www.coolmaker.com.

Cool Maker KumiKreator

The KumiKreator clearly tells you when you can stop turning the handle.

Cool Maker KumiKreator

Then you’re ready to clamp the ends to the correct length and then add the clasps.

 

Cool Maker KumiKreator

It requires a bit of manual dexterity to get this bit right, but with a bit of practice it’s easy.

Cool Maker KumiKreator

Ta dah! One finished friendship bracelet.

What we thought of the Cool Maker KumiKreator

Cool Maker KumiKreator

I was ready impressed at how easy the KumiKreator was to use and also how quickly you could make bracelets with it. The first time we used it I did the set up quite slowly to make sure I fully understood what had to go where so that I could help Little Miss C should she need it in the future. Once you know what you’re doing though it’s pretty quick to set up too.

Win a Friendship Bracelet Maker

If you like the sound of the Cool Maker KumiKreator Friendship Bracelet Maker then why don’t you enter our giveaway to win one for yourself. All you have to do is tell me who your best friend was when growing up in the comments below. Then follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget and cross your fingers.

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The Cool Maker KumiKreator Friendship Bracelet Maker is available to buy online here. It has an RRP of £29.99

Disclaimer: We were sent a Cool Maker KumiKreator Friendship Bracelet Maker for the purposes of this review. All opinions remain my own. This post contains affiliate links.

27 thoughts on “Cool Maker KumiKreator Friendship Bracelet Maker Review and Giveaway

  1. Have several WONDERFUL friends since childhood – there through thick and thin for over 40 years – love to inspire ny neices to make lifelong friendships too – these look great

  2. My childhood best friend was called Layla I’m sure my children would love to make bracelets for their friends

  3. My best friend was Beth. But I wouldn’t make her a friendship bracelet because she wasn’t into jewelry. Now, if there was a baseball cap maker, on the other hand…

  4. id make one for my bestie Hollie! weve been friends since secondary school and shes the best!
    Id also make matching ones for me and my little girl!! q

  5. It was a girl called Joanne & we had the same birthday. We lost touch as we moved away, my friend after that was called Jayne but she died at 33.

  6. My childhood best friend is Debbie, we met on our first day on high school and remained friends ever since. We don’t see each other often but I would definitely make her a bracelet!

  7. My childhood best friend was Emma, she is still on my Facebook (how funny!) and I hope my daughter stays in touch with her childhood best friend forever 🙂

  8. My childhood best friend is still my best friend today 40 years later. We still see each other lots and have never fallen out. We have shared both happy and sad times.

  9. My best friend was called Emily, we would have loved making matching bracelets when we were children as we enjoyed making crafts together.

  10. My best best as a child was a girl called Julie, she was lovely although we lost touch a few years ago, I even named my teddy after her 🙂

  11. my childhood friend was vicky, although we lost touch a few years ago now, so i’d make one for my newer friend naina

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