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How do you make a cinnamon-scented broom?

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Bunches of twigs 3 to 5 feet long are ideal for making cinnamon scented brooms. Add smaller twigs and pine needles to the bottom to give a fuller look. Cinnamon essential oil gives the broom its signature scent, according to Yahoo Voices.

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