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How To Make A Dollshouse Broomstick

Making a dollhouse broomstick is a fun and simple craft that can add a whimsical touch to your miniature witch or Halloween scene. Here's how you can make it: Materials:

  • Small wooden dowel or stick

  • Twine or thin rope

  • Scissors

  • Craft glue

  • Optional: small pieces of raffia or straw for decoration


  1. Select a small wooden dowel or stick that is about 5-6 inches long (or the desired size for your broomstick).

  2. Cut a piece of twine or thin rope that is about 1 yard long.

  3. Apply a small amount of craft glue to one end of the dowel or stick.

  4. Place one end of the twine or rope on top of the glue and hold it in place until it dries. This will be the starting point of your broomstick.

  5. Wrap the twine or rope tightly around the dowel or stick, making sure to cover the entire length of the stick.

  6. Once you reach the end of the stick, apply another small amount of glue to the end of the twine or rope and press it firmly onto the stick to secure it in place.

  7. Optional: add decorative elements such as small pieces of raffia or straw to the base of the broomstick by gluing them onto the twine or rope.

Your dollhouse broomstick is now complete! You can display it on a miniature witch figure or prop it up against a miniature wall or shelf in your Halloween scene. You can also experiment with different sizes and styles of broomsticks to create a unique and personalized look. Enjoy!

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