1242020 Materials for 2 Christmas Trees. Tape the bottom of your tomato cage to make a point on the top of the tree.
You dont have to do this I figured it would help disperse the lights evenly.
Tomato Cage Christmas Tree. Reader Jill Staake says this tomato cage Christmas tree is an inexpensive natural decoration that will delight wildlife. You can find tomato cages very easily in any kind of home improvement stores or places such as Walmart and Target although they may be in seasonal aisles. Tomato Cage Christmas Tree Tutorial An inexpensive galvanized tomato cage or stake make a great frame for a small Christmas tree.
7152019 First step it to take the wire and add extra wire rings to your tomato cage. 2 strands of garland 2 strands of 100 lights. 9142015 One of the easiest ways to make your own Christmas tree is to use things from the garden like a tomato cage.
10282019 How to Create a Real Mini Christmas Tree. This is going to be the bottom base of your tree. Tomato Cage purchase at hardware store.
In the dead of winter. In this tutorial well show you how we did this using a tomato cage and Deco Poly Mesh along with assorted embellishments. They range from anywhere from 3 to 6 feet or more and they are less than 4 dollars.
2- Colorful garland 15 feet or more. 11262014 Tomato Cage Christmas Tree. Come up the poles of the tomato cage.
For your tomato cage Christmas tree place empty tomato cage upside down in an empty planter. Take this faux-snow Christmas tree made from a recycledrepurposed wire garden tomato support cage. This photo doesnt really do them justice at night.
11212017 My heart kept beating the drums as loud as they could until I just gave in drove back to the store and confidently bought 2 tomato cages. In this tutorial well show you how we did this using a tomato cage and Deco Poly Mesh along with assorted embellishments. You will start at the largest ring of your cage.
Tomato Cage Christmas Trees How to make Tomato Cage Christmas Trees. 1212013 Tomato cage Plant container Tie wraps aka cable ties or zip ties Garland Christmas lights Drill optional Step 1 set your tomato cage inside the plant container aka planter pot to ensure it will stand up inside the pot. 1212020 Tomato Cage Tree.
Bring all of the tops together and secure them tightly with a. I started by attaching my strand of lights to my garland with zip ties. 3 strands of garland 2 strands of 100 lights.
Heres the breakdown for each tomato cage Christmas tree. Use your first tie wrap to secure the legs of the cage together so that it begins to look like a tree. In the summer a tomato cage is an unassuming garden tool that supports growing tomato plants but in winter it can transform itself into a holiday decoration.
2- 21 Feet or more outdoor lights. Turn a Tomato Cage into a Christmas Tree. Garland and ornaments cost under 30 and it will last for years if packed and stored carefully along with your other holiday decorations.
Heres what youll need. Stack the tomato cages together and twist them so that the vertical wires of the top cage are lined up between the vertical wires of the bottom cage creating a more divided grid. Duct Tap and Wrap your Tomato Cage.
Trending Content from The Shabby Tree. 1 strand of garland 1 strand of 100 lights. Tomato Cage Christmas Tree Tutorial An inexpensive galvanized tomato cage or stake make a great frame for a small Christmas tree.
Enter the tomato cage Christmas tree. Turn your tomato cage upside down and cover with fresh greenery securing with twine until completely covered. Simply turn the cone shaped wire cage upside down wrap it with evergreen garlands add lights fruit and ribbons and place it in a container.
1 tomato cage 1 strand of 100 lights 3 strands of 9 foot garland zip ties. Trimmed with snack ornaments and a suet feeder the tree will have birds flocking to it. Our planter was a bit oversized so I filled the bottom with an upside down hanging basket Zip tie the loose bottom pieces of the tomato cage.
50 Feet of green garland. 1242017 In this tutorial the Tomato Cage Christmas Tree DIY Super Easy I show how I take a Tomato Cage from Lowes and add deco mesh Dollar Tree glitter balls an.