3 Ideas That'll Make You Pull Your Tomato Cage Out of the Garden

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Have a few tomato cages lying around? Here are 3 ideas to put the to use..around your house!

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2 questions
  • Susan Mcelwrath
    on Sep 11, 2017

    What ideas do you have for the tomato cages?
    • Janice Moore
      on Jan 29, 2020

      I did Christmas trees. wrapped green garland with clear lights and turned tomato cage over. wired the 3 prongs together. and when starting at the top wired the green garland to the basket attaching the plugs to each other as I came down when I got them to the bottom all we had to do was plug it in. I made several of these. put them beside my front door. used a large one on a table as my Christmas tree. used one in my mom's room so she could have a tree. Makes a good class room tree also for teachers.

  • Carol Sharon Knoll
    on Oct 17, 2017

    Can you do the same for Christmas
    • Jewellmartin
      on Jun 2, 2018

      I made a Halloween female scarecrow and a lighted Christmas angel last year. I’m always looking for more ideas for tomato cages. ☺️

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  • Merelyn sale
    on Oct 19, 2019

    Cool and very colorful.The light add a lo could use orange for fall.

  • Flipturn
    on Jun 6, 2020

    Keep in mind that cheaper priced garlands are often shorter length, and less bushy than pricier ones.

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