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  • Karen Illerbrun

    Tomato Cage Ghosts ~ Simply wrap a tomato cage with white Christmas lights or rope light. Secure a large Styrofoam ball to the top to form the rounded head shape and drape a large sheet, drop cloth or white plastic table cloth over the top to make the ghost’s body. A sharpie can be used to draw on a face or they look just as good with no face at all.

  • Marie Muckey

    Halloween Ghosts ~ These are tomato cages with Christmas lights inside and a sheet draped over it-cute and clever!

  • Cynthia Villines

    Tomato cages upside down wrapped in Christmas lights and then covered in cloth- LOVE and so adding this to the Halloween decorations!

  • TonyandApril Kuhlman

    These are tomato cages with Christmas lights inside and a sheet draped over the top. Marker to draw eyes & mouth.

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