Elaine is an avid crafter who enjoys celebrating holidays with beautiful DIY decorations and gifts.
Christmas Hula Hoop Ideas
Everyone loves to have some nice decorations for the festive season. Take your centerpiece to the next level by simply spray painting a hula hoop and mounting it to a wooden base. You can add Christmas baubles and figurines as you like. You could also collect pine cones and add them to your display. Add string lighting to really make it shine. You can use scrap wood for your base.
You can use hoops of any size. For example, if you are looking for smaller ones, use an embroidery hoop. They would also look great for a winter wedding. Check out these decorations for inspiration.
To make this, you'll need to purchase a wood slice and a hoop. You can use whatever color baubles you like; this one incorporates red and silver. When you have arranged them on your ring, you can then hang three different baubles at different lengths on the inside. Add fairy lights for some magic.
To make this stunning piece, you can re-purpose Christmas decorations. For example, you can spray paint old decorations gold if they aren't already that color. You can wrap some nice jute or rope around the hoop and purchase a deer figurine from the dollar store, which can also be spray painted gold.
It's impossible to neglect the charm of a snowman when decorating for the holidays. You can make this scene with figurines you already have or purchase some from the local dollar store. Adding bottle brush trees will really make it stand out.
For this beautiful and festive piece, you can use a wood slice at the base and three different-sized rings to make it unique. Wrap a piece of garland around the outer ring to create a display of Christmas baubles, bottle brush trees, and pine cones on the bottom.
This one would be perfect for a winter wedding. You can use garland at the base and then an assortment of seasonal or faux flowers.
This would even make an impressive wreath to hang on your front door or on your porch. The silver bells at the top of the ring are so eye-catching, while the natural elements around it really bring nature through.
For a cozy winter decoration for your window, this piece is perfect. You can use a battery-operated tea light in the candle holder and add fairy lights for brightness.
Forest green is a must when decorating for the festive season. These are two examples of incorporating color into your winter centerpiece.
Use an embroidery hoop if you want to make your piece smaller. You can go with an all-white theme for a delicate look. Incorporate some white feather boa for an ethereal feel and use silver bells to really bring the look together.
A deer stands proudly at the center of this ring which has been placed on a recycled lantern as a base. Use faux berries to give the feel of a winter forest.
Rose gold is such an elegant choice for decorating with. You can use faux snow on your wood slice to start with and make an owl from pine cones.
Red and Gold
Layering up many red and gold baubles on your hula hoop will look fantastic for a Christmas decoration. Finish by adding a "Merry Christmas" sign at the bottom.
The reindeer can be purchased in places such as Hobby Lobby.
Add an eye-catching pattern with leopard print baubles.
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Elaine Byers (author) on May 04, 2021:
Hi Sp, Thanks for visiting and commenting, yes you're right it would really be a talking point at gatherings!
Elaine Byers (author) on May 04, 2021:
Hi Iqra, thanks so much for commenting - I love Christmas !
Sp Greaney from Ireland on April 27, 2021:
This is such a smart idea. The results look amazing. A little bit of effort turns it in to something so unique.
I love the idea of using it at christmas. It would totally be something that people would talk about.
Iqra from East County on April 26, 2021:
wow, Christmas rings are so pretty. Thanks for sharing the decoration ideas.