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  • Kelsy Colvin

    During the winter a tomato cage can become an outdoor Christmas tree by wrapping Christmas lights around it.

  • Melanie MacGregor

    DIY Christmas tree – just wrap lights around a tomato cage! (3’ to 6’, < $4) Indoors or for the front porch! Place it into a pot w/ soil for a traditional look, or just leave it as is. If you place in a pot, use metal wires or old clothes hangers – bend pieces to secure the cage in. Wrap garland in a spiral to cover the cage, then decorate w/ Christmas lights and ornaments!

  • Lindsay Theisen

    DIY Christmas tree- just wrap lights around a tomato cage! Perfect outdoors! (I'm thinking poor college kids' Christmas decor here. I may end up using this idea in a year or two.)

  • Katie Marlowe

    Alternative Christmas Trees- tomato cage wrapped in christmas lights

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Small space DIY Christmas tree ideas // use a tomato cage and lights as a do it yourself tree

Tomato cage wrapped in lights. The answer to my problem of not being able to find much blue outdoor decorations. Already pinned something like this, but this is a better picture.

Tomato cage wrapped in lights! You could get very creative with this. Add faux green christmas tree garland, then add lights. You could use all sorts of different garland like snow garland, holly, pinecones etc. Buy a plastic outdoor urn/vase, fill it with dirt and stake it down into dirt. Instant, inexpensive Christmas tree for the front door!

Tomato cage & lights - one thing I did different was to get honeysuckle vine from my parents farm and wrapped it around the tomatoe cage first, then wrapped the lights aroung it - it looked great. You could also buy grapevine at a hobby store and wrap the tomatoe cage first, then add the lights. Could be used as a large center piece or outside by your front door.

Take advantage of tomato cages being in stores now! GREAT tutorial! It cost less than $20 to make!

Christmas Tree From tomato cage . for year's like this when I don't get a tree because we're leaving for other places : )

Light wrapped Tomato Cage, great way to store them in the winter, both the lights and the cages!