By the way, vines make a rustic door garland as well!
Next grab your bundle and attach it with string or wire at the base, being sure to tie it to a vertical joint so things don't slide around or ride up. Working clockwise or counter clockwise (it doesn't matter) train the vine around the cage in a circle at the base, tying at every vertical joint and around the bottom. Once you've come full circle, start climbing diagonally loosely around with the aim of partially covering the horizontal rings along the way. These rings guide you to wrap at even distances while providing secure joints to tie at. Check to see how much vine you have to work with because if you are running short, you will need to change the angle a bit to save on length or do like I did and tie up the loose scraps to make more vine and attach. If you have lots of vine you can completely cover the cage for a really full grapevine tree. (obviously I did not!) Tie securely at the top and trim off any excess string, wire etc.. Now for the fun part!
Next Monday we begin Christmas Decorating 101! See you then!