Sweet Home Decor from.... a wire Tomato Cage?

I get a lot of inspiration at the garden center and nursery... especially when it means using something that I find there in a totally new way! Tomato cages, anyone?
I combined just three 'ingredients' - a wire tomato cage, two metal paper clips, and some ivy cuttings - along with some wire cutters and needle-nosed pliers to bend, twist, and wrap up a cute Spring decor accent. When I was done (just a half-hour later), I had created a sweet ivy-covered 'dome'! It's one of my trademark 'Fast, Cheap & Easy' projects, and the tutorial is on the HOMEWARDfound blog!
One of my 'Fast, Cheap & Easy' project tutorials is on the HOMEWARDfound blog: http://homewardfounddecor.blogspot.com/2013/05/tutorial-ivy-dome-from-wire-tomato-cage.html
THREE INGREDIENTS, two tools, and half an hour is all it takes to make a sweet garden or party accent!
A sweet Ivy Dome made from a wire tomato cage, two paper clips, and ivy cuttings! http://homewardfounddecor.blogspot.com/2013/05/tutorial-ivy-dome-from-wire-tomato-cage.html

Deb @ homewardFOUND decor
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