"Snow" Dusted Tomato Cage Christmas Trees

Tomato cage Christmas trees are all over Pinterest. They are easy to make and cost next to nothing. I wanted to share with you how I styled my tomato cage tree this holiday season.
I bought two tomato cages for $1.98 at Lowe's. I had a box of old garland in my garage.
I wrapped the garland around each cage.
I added fresh Christmas tree branches to the garland. They were free at Lowe's.
I added ornaments and pine cones.
White spray paint and glitter spray gave the tree a dusting of "snow".
Easy and inexpensive.
My total cost was $4 for the tomato cages. Everything else I already had at home.

Sabine Schmidt
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  • Linda Linda on Dec 13, 2015
    How many garlands did you use for each tree, and what size cages ?

  • Magda Palma Magda Palma on Oct 31, 2016
    Hi, I will like to know where did you get the vases and how you made it fit in it.?

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  • Jackie Hay Jackie Hay on Dec 03, 2017
    I did the same last year but added green lights to them and red silk pointsettias
    I took the pointsettias off after Christmas and added a selection of Spring Flowers. Kept the,up all year long and just changed the flowers put. Added lighting as we have no street lights.

  • Melodi Whitaker Melodi Whitaker on Dec 19, 2017
    These are the prettiest tomato cage trees I have seen yet! I’ve seen them with lights only, and lights and ornaments, but not with the garland...wonderful idea!! Thanks for sharing!

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