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Jennifer Perkins: This Halloween, why don’t you give your old scarecrow friend as decent off and update your outdoor look. Which some things like some witchy broom sticks. So, the first things you’re going to need to make your witchy broom sticks are wealth brooms it’s kind of obvious. So, you wanted just get you know a plain broom, obviously you can get this to the grocery store, the hardware store and you want to get one of this draw top you know. Sometimes you can get this one on the plastic tops not very witchy. These are very witchy start with and that’s why we’re going to re-bump and I make in that way. I took the broom, and I started on either side and I use kind of a heavy duty craft knife more or less and just cut the edges, cut that plastic stripping you want to do that first and then you’re going to go all the way run steady little stitches. You want to cut those off so that you can pull this out and then I will open up, same thing on the back side you’re going to have to do on both side and that will pull right out. And then you will be able to start your looking better but you might notice that this all have plastic bottoms are kind of gray there plastic you know no self expecting witch is going to ride to plastic broom. Now, I’m not going to go out and waddle me a new broom stick but what I am going to do is take that plastic out and use some spray paint design specifically for plastic, brown of course so it look likes woods and just spray paint that stick. Then up here on top you can see that I also added a little bit of spray paint just a touch of orange to the front and the back. The next thing we’re going to do is we are going to wrap this little guy in light. Let me show you kind on how I did this. I started at the top with the female end, you want that to be at your top then we’re just going to wrap holiday lights and easiest thing to do is just hold this on the ground and just twist it. Just like this twisted all the way around and when they’re done they’re going to look like this and you can see on this one I coordinated my purple lights on my new exciting brown stick with the purple paint on top of the bristles. But the next thing we need to do get the brooms in the ground to light our walkway. The easiest way to make a hole on the ground is using a connected to a cordless drill. You want to drill them about 68 inches and then stick your broom stick in the hole. Next, you want to smash the door around your broomstick so that its stay nice and inker in the ground. All that apply to do is to plugging your extension cord light those babies’s up and wait for the trick or treaters to roll in.
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