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  • Delania Honiker

    Tomato cage ghosts - Step 1: For each ghost, wrap a wire tomato cage with a string of clear rope lights. Step 2: Cut a 6‐ x 9‐foot drop cloth to approximately 41/2 x 7 feet to cover the tomato cage. Use a black permanent marker to draw eyes and a mouth. Step 3: Plug the lights into a secure grounded outlet.

  • Sandra Billings

    tomato cage ghosts- great idea for Halloween Decor!!! On top of spot lights

  • Paula Duncan

    Halloween: These are tomato cages with Christmas lights inside and a sheet draped over the top. Marker was used to draw eyes and mouth. Could also use green lights and make Christmas trees out of them!!

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