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Witchcraft in Toronto: Making a Magic Wand for Halloween

 In American Woodworker Blog

I am currently in Toronto visiting friends. My friends’ daughters are beyond excited to go trick or treating on Monday. Their witch costumes are spectacular. But I noticed that there was one item missing to make the witch costumes complete:  a magic wand. So, we went on a quest to find the right stick. Surprisingly, this took us no time at all. As we walked outside I noticed a short but nice stick that seemed to have fallen from an oak tree on Cedar Ave. I took it into the kitchen and used a simple serrated knife to turn this short branch into a wand that little Audrey would love to have. I decided to carve a coil spiraling up the length of the wand. It took one minute. Once this was done I tied two stings on the wand: one became a handle and the other became the magic string that turned this simple stick into an awesome witch-crafting weapon.

Follow how little Audrey utilized my latest creation to transform her little sister into a dog… Spooky…





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