A Guide to Create Easy Tomato Cage Halloween Ghost

Halloween Ghosts

Looking to give your garden a spooky makeover for Halloween? With just a few simple materials and a pinch of creativity, you can transform tomato cages into lighted ghosts. Here’s your step-by-step guide to making the perfect DIY lighted ghosts that are sure to be the talk of the neighborhood!

Turn the tomato cage upside down and place the circular top on the ground. Use hanging wire to secure the stakes together in a tipi tent shape.

Halloween Ghost Cage

Position the floral half foam ball in the center of the tipi point. Press down gently to secure the ghost’s head.

Halloween Ghost Head

Start at the bottom and carefully wrap the wire lights (solar-powered) around the cage. Once at the top, wrap back down to ensure full coverage and even distribution for a consistent glow.

Halloween Ghost Body

Position the white twin flat sheet over the tomato cage, ensuring it covers the entire cage. This will form the body of the ghost.

Halloween Ghost

Cut out two ovals for the eyes from black craft felt (or Cricut vinyl). Arrange the eyes on the ghost’s head and attach them using super glue.

Halloween Ghost Face

Wait until dusk and then light up your ghost! The effect is particularly spooky when there’s a gentle breeze causing the fabric to flutter.

Lighted Halloween Ghosts

Creating DIY lighted ghosts using tomato cages is a fun, easy, and budget-friendly way to add some spooky charm to your outdoor decor. With materials you might already have at home, you can create a ghostly display that’s sure to impress trick-or-treaters. Enjoy the spooky season with your DIY spirits!

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