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James and Corbin are back and they are ready for the new Star Wars movie coming soon! They made their own custom Kids Lightsabers out of some pool noodles, duct tape, and electrical tape! They loved it! Subscribe for new videos Tuesday’s and Saturday’s
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  1. the little one in the brown pants looks and acts just like his mama!

  2. Pikachu Sun says:

    Thank You! This was so fun for my family to play with. Our family is in love with star wars, I was Darth Vader, hubby tried to make a double sided one as the sith, kids were Luke and Obi wan. (:

  3. whoop whoop looks incredible!! good jobs James and Corbin

  4. its weird. because the first video I watched was an old star wars video

  5. I loved the DUBT TAPE!!! that's adorable!!!

  6. O Me;3 says:

    This is too cute

  7. 腐れ馬鹿 says:

    Foreign children are cute|ω・)

  8. Black Skull says:

    Ah yes, the duct tape method.  ….In my youth, I've used several different materials to construct numerous types of futuristic weaponry.  At around these younglings' ages, I myself would apply duct tape over paper towel rolls to construct just the hilt of the saber.  (which, back then, was my favorite part)  Through time, specifically during my early teen years, my tactics became as advanced as my very fighting skills.  Instead of paper towel rolls, I came to the realization that when dark film canisters are shoved inside one another until a certain length is reached, and when covered also with duct tape, it (the saber) felt better in the hand.  More fluent, and far more simple to conceal.  I would attach paper clips with even more tape to the bottom of the canisters much like the clips the jedi themselves used in the prequels.  Of course, when I grew bored of the bulkiness of the Hasbro toy sabers, I realized I should create something (while like the toy) possessing a quality much like the very props in said prequels.  Taking ten to eleven inches of pvc pipe and attaching them to sturdy home depot dowels with (or course) more tape, did just that.  Regardless, your methods are far safer than most of mine!  LOL, Never swing one of those around in the house during Christmas….

  9. kuzurii says:

    that's too cute
    i can't handle this

  10. gwnnikki says:

    How cute!😍❤️

  11. Kiki Channel says:

    OMG!!!!. They is very cute. It's very pretty video.

  12. geewhiz2405 says:

    Such cute and lovely boys 😍 You should be so proud cx

  13. Willys Toys says:

    Looks like one of my videos

  14. Panda 110 says:

    are they future youtubers ? they are adorable 😊

  15. Adorable kids, who knew pool noodles were so useful to crafters!!!

  16. They did an awesome job there so cute

  17. Lizzy 2910 says:

    I love it and I'm glad to hear that they are enjoying the lite savers 😻💕💞❤💙
    I love your kids they are so cute!!!!!😊

  18. Phoebe says:

    Great job, James and Corbin! =)
    COOL!! =)

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