I got the tomato cage for just under $2, the lights for just over $2, and 4 strands of garland for $20 (all at Lowe’s). I’m thrilled to be here today and share some pretty printable Christmas tags and a design with you! Simply print the 8×10 Merry Christmas print on a piece of paper, or even better, card stock. If you want to save some of your printer ink, you can take the prints to a printer like Costco, FedEx Office, etc. Make sure to check out Your Homebased Mom for BAKE, Skip to My Lou for SEW and Classy Clutter for DECORATE. Depending on how large you want your tree, you may want to cut the rings of the cage to make it skinnier. Around the holidays, it can be easy to just stick to tried and true methods of showing holiday cheer. Showing Christmas spirit can be done through crafts as well as the traditional lights and stockings.
This article will show you one of the great craft ideas you can implement this holiday; a tomato cage Christmas tree.


I love old mixed with new, country mixed with modern, blue and white anything, collecting pretty fabrics, stripes, hydrangeas, and vacations in New England. I’m thinking of waking up my husband to make sure he didn’t get rid of our extra tomato cages! I’ve wanted a pair of trees like these for several Christmases now but could never rationalize the cost. I’m Chelsea from Two Twenty One, where I blog about a wonderful array of topics– DIY projects, home & holiday decor, organization, recipes, lifestyle, baby-related stuff and more. I also recommend printing the gift tags on card stock because regular paper a little too flimsy for gift tags. One small cage makes a great centerpiece; two larger cages can be used to flank an outside doorway. Then, while browsing through the Holiday decor section of Lowe’s, inspiration struck! The planters of course add cost (though you wouldn’t have to have them), but the beauty about doing this yourself instead of buying the already made ones is that you can use the planters for other things.
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This project costs very little, and you can put the tomato cages back in your garden shed after the holidays.
To make, start by taping together the open ends of the tomato cage (to make a point & tree shape).
In fact, my neighbor was out while I was setting them up (everyone was out hanging Christmas lights) and she commented on how pretty they looked. Make sure to wrap it tightly–you can even wrap a few of the individual pine garland arms around the cage in a few places to help. Once all the garland is wrapped, then wrap the strand of lights around just like a normal tree.
I went with a bow and some mini ornaments.So there you go… decorative Christmas topiary trees for much less than the ones in the store! While you’re there, you can sign up to receive their free Cre­ative Ideas Mag­a­zine, which is full of all kinds of ideas & inspiration!



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