Halloween Brooms

4 Materials
$10
5 Hours
Easy
I found these cute little brooms at my local Goodwill & decided these would be great for my Halloween display. They were only $1 each, so with some supplies I already had on hand, they became super cute in no time.
Here are my 2 unfinished brooms, all ready to do something fun with.
All the paint i'll need for this project- neon green, black, bright purple, glow in the dark to go over everything.
Purple, black & neon glitter, as well as some plastic spiders, skulls & bats, leftover from my Halloween chalk bottle project. They will be perfect to stick into the broom as the paint is drying.
First paint the handles black on all sides & immediately cover in glitter, before it dries. As you see I have mine balanced off of a box, with a weighted object holding the broom sweep. They were a little bent when I got them, so this helped flatten them as well- so it served a dual purpose!
Next I did my 2 colors- first my neon green & glitter coating, balancing the broom stick with a heavy object.
Then I did my other broom in purple, also coating with purple glitter. Once dry, shake off any excess glitter & spray with the glow in the dark spray paint.
The 2 brooms in my outdoor display. I added my spiders, skulls & bats, once they were in the display.

Suggested materials:

  • Brooms   (goodwill)
  • Spray paints   ((had on hand)walmart)
  • Glitter   (michael's)
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