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Make a Tomato Cage Chandelier

10 August 2012 11,900 views 3 Comments

by rhonda

We're huge fans of Mark Montano around here.  (After all, he literally wrote the book on dollar store crafting.)  We're also quite enthusiastic about quirky DIY chandeliers made from unusual items.  Items like...  a tomato cage!  With garden season winding down, the already inexpensive wire structures should be on clearance sales for even cheaper! This summer, my local garden center even had them in a few bright, fun colors - red, yellow, and green.  Get all of the details on how Mar made it at Think Crafts!  [how to make a tomato cage chandelier]

Project estimate:

  • Tomato cage, about $1.50 and up
  • Bead strings, about $5 and up
  • Embellishments, on hand or $1 and up
  • Glue, on hand

Total:  about $6.50 and up

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3 Comments »

  • Michelle L. said:

    Too wonderful for words!

  • Shannon Fox said:

    Wow! That is pretty dang amazing!!

  • Birdie Bigby said:

    For my tastes I would leave off the flowers and butterflies and add a few crystals. But otherwise such a cleaver way of using a tomato cage.
    Sooo Pretty!!!

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