Halloween Brooms

Missy Burch
by Missy Burch
4 Materials
5 Hours

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.

Looking for more Halloween inspiration?

Check out our guide on DIY Halloween Broomsticks to create enchanting decor that will sweep everyone off their feet!

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