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  • Dian Johnson

    Tomato Cage Ghosts #Halloween #Ghosts #Holiday

  • Rhonda Smith

    Family Fun Magazine Halloween ideas Tomato cages

  • Colleen Melvin

    Tomato cages come to life with this devilishly easy Halloween craft.

  • Carmen Embrey

    Out-of-use tomato cages are a restless bunch. Come Halloween, they haunt front porches as glowing ghosts. What you'll need Tomato cage Duct tape String lights Twist ties Socks Sticks Marker or craft foam (for facial features) White twin sheet How to make it Cagey Ghosts - Step 1 To make one, set up the cage as shown. To form the head, use duct tape to secure the rounded prongs of the cage. Thread the lights through the cage, and secure

  • Richelle Strauss

    Halloween Decorations: tomato cage ghosts!

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  • Emma Smart

    Fabulous! You've just solved my alternative Christmas tree dilemma!

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  • Tina Teneys

    For a suggestion i have made these a little different but just as easy,need old sheetsstyrofoam,ball of any kind that will fit the tomato cage, ,fake webs with spiders to adorn the ghost,,white lights for under the sheet and if you want this on the lawn turn the cage the correct side up and stick to the ground buy instant batter operated lights or any instant battery operated that twinkles....the ideas are endless have a fun halloween.

  • PWAT - College Station

    So cute! Has anyone run into trouble with these blowing over in the wind? Or are they pretty sturdy?

  • Tina Teneys

    Depending on the weather I used a couple heavy bricks to hold them down if your using them with the points up other wise i like using them with the points hitting the ground and stay in there well, like the post I left earlier a round object that can stay in the circle should work well, you just have to have fun with this project its pretty simple.hope this helps you some.

  • PWAT - College Station

    Thanks for the tips!

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

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tomato cage - awesome idea for any hanging items.

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