Hula hoops aren’t just for playing… Make a wreath!
They may not be the most obvious crafting supply, but the humble hula hoop can make a big splash with your home decor or as a statement decor piece for a party. Now is the time of year to stock up on hula hoops! Most big box stores and dollar stores have them, and they’re so inexpensive.
8 Hula hoop wreath ideas and DIYs
Giant DIY “JOY” Wreath – prefect for transitioning from Christmas decor all the way through the winter. source: Homemade Ginger
Rustic DIY Hoop Wreath – Wrap a hula hoop with burlap strips for a rustic touch. This wreath made my neutral-loving heart skip a beat! source: All Things with Purpose
Spring Cherry Blossom Wreath – With a little bit of spray paint and a craft store garland, you can quickly and easily whip up this spring-inspired hoop wreath. source: The Crazy Craft Lady
Floral “happy” Hoop Wreath – This wreath is beautiful in its simplicity. Hung in front of a window, it adds a fun message every time you look out. This one was actually made with an embroidery hoop, but could just as easily be made with a hula hoop. source: Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss
Magnolia and Moss Hoop Wreath – The moss and dusty rose flowers give this wreath a wintry feel, but switch to a bright green moss, and this would easily be a spring/summer wreath. Let your imagination run wild! source: Ruffled
Spring Tulip Hula Hoop Wreath – The pop of those tulips against that black and white hoop makes this wreath a bit more modern. Grab some supplies from the dollar store, and you can make this wreath on a shoestring budget! source: Refresh Restyle
Spring “hello” Hula Hoop Wreath – Tell me this doesn’t look like something that came straight from Hobby Lobby! The pastel flowers give it a spring feel, but you could swap those out seasonally and keep this wreath up year-round. source: Thrifty & Chic
Fall Hoop Wreath – This blogger used a gold macrame hoop, but you can get the same look with a hula hoop and a can of gold spray paint. This would be perfect for Thanksgiving entertaining. source: Simply Designing
Don’t forget to PIN these hula hoop wreaths for later: