Hula hoop Christmas decorations!
Today, with the help of my interior designer friends Jack & Sam, I'm going to be showing you how I made Christmas wreaths using hula hoops, baubles and some other really cheap dollar store supplies.
You're gonna need a couple of hula hoops - I got a pack of three because it was the cheapest option online.
It’s so much cheaper to make homemade Christmas decorations using just a hula hoop and fairy lights.
You can spray paint them the color of your choice, be it gold, red, blue or green etc to go with your scheme. You can make a wreath for your front door or even a festive chandelier to hang from your ceiling or even place them near your Christmas tree.
1) Stars, baubles and reindeer
2) Purples, greens and string lights
3) Greens, gold and hanging crystals
4) Rose and red colored baubles with pine cones
5) Mini red baubles with greens, white deer and string lights
6) Greens and hanging crystals
7) Gold hula hoops with stars, greens and Christmas tree
8) Three different size hula hoops with string lights
9) Hula hoop with mini white baubles, string lights and Christma village
10) Hula hoop Christmas decor with doll
Festive Christmas centerpieces
I want to make a Christmas centerpiece - I'm gonna do two different styles - a bling one with feathers and a shiny silver one!
When it comes to holiday decor, I always think - the bigger, the better! That's why I'm absolutely besotted with these extra large outdoor Christmas wreath made from two hula hoops. It's hard to imagine how such a simple childhood toy can be upcycled to awesome holiday decor with a touch of spray paint and a few layers of greenery, baubles, string lights and a few other supplies you can pick up at your local dollar store.
As you can see the result is a stunning holiday hula hoop decoration that fits nicely on a table, dresser or even on the floor next to your Christmas tree.
11) String lights with reindeer and Christmas greens
12) Polar bears, string lights and hanging bauble
13) Snowman and hanging baubles
14) Silver and gold baubles
15) White and gold baubles
16) Little girl with balloon baubles
17) White Christmas tree with red and silver baubles
18) Red, green and gold baubles
19) Gold hula hoop with deer and Christmas greens
20) Silver baubles with Santa Claus and string lights
Christmas hula hoop chandeliers
Learn how to transform your hula hoop into a chandelier! Just start by removing the labels and then next you can spray paint this white or any color that you want silver or gold or you can use a washi tape and I think I'm going to do that because it's quicker rather than waiting for the paint to dry.
I think i'm actually going to go with this ribbon instead because i haven't used it yet. I don't know if there's going to be enough so I might have to use like two different things we'll see i'm not too bothered because i'm going to be covering this with some moss anyway.
I just want to make sure that if there's any spaces left that the hula hoop isn't seen so this actually needs some hot glue it's not a sticky type so i've just applied some hot glue and just sticking that down and then I'm going to wind it around the hoop and apply more hot glue if needed now you definitely do need patience with this because you have to thread it through like that so i'm going to carry on doing this and then when I'm done i'll come back!