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Page 2: The Next Time You're At Lowes, Grab A Few Tomato Baskets And Make This Eye-Catching Christmas Display for Your Lawn

September 27, 2017

Move down another foot on the deco mesh and bunch it as well. Bring this section back down to the bottom tier of the cage and attach with a pipe cleaner. At this point, it will look like a zig-zag pattern between the two tiers.

Continue to fill these tiers and then move up to the next set of tiers. Repeat the steps until you reach the top. To make the coverage easier on the very top tier, you will need to secure all three legs together by using either the lights in the first step, a pipe cleaner, or a zip tie.

Bring the mesh up to the very top and secure with a pipe cleaner. After your tree is covered in mesh, go through and fluff it up a bit to make sure the mesh looks full.

Next, add any decorations you’d like. For this tutorial, white plastic ornaments and silver Poinsettias were used. Feel free to let your imagination run wild in this step.

Once completed, set out in your yard or on your front porch to bring a beautiful pop of Christmas cheer to your home!

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