20 Inspiring Hula Hoop Wreath Ideas to Make for Any Season
21st July, 2020
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Wondering how to amp up your home decor? A hula hoop and some artistic inspiration are all you need to replace your old decor. Here are some ideas for you! We all have a hula hoop lying somewhere around the house that no one uses anymore. If you, like everyone, have one and don't know what to do with it, we’ve got you covered. We are all fascinated by DIYs, and your hula hoop is just another reason to jump on the bandwagon and craft something. A pretty wreath hanging on your front door is always an excellent option. And with all the amazing wreath ideas available, there is just no reason for you to not try it.
Burlap spring homebnc.com
Burlap spring
This wreath will spare you a lot of hard work and expenditure. All the supplies you need are easy to find and just as easy to use. You can put together this elegant spring wreath while binging on your favorite show, so you don’t miss out on anything. What better way to spruce up your home decor than while enjoying a fun show!
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Succulent love
Who doesn’t love succulents? They are pretty, do not take up much space, are low-maintenance, and make the place pop! Let’s face it; they are everything you can admire. Give your visitors something to admire with your succulent wreath hanging on your door. Gather your hula hoop, some ribbon, and faux succulents to create this mesmerizing beauty this spring season.
Twine that wreath uk.nangarden.com
Twine that wreath
Get creative with some quirky messages for your visitors. Add a message on your wreath to put a smile on your guests’ faces. All you have to do is twine some rope and green leaves around a hula hoop and let it do their magic. This rustic wreath will work on its own to brighten up the mood. We bet your guests will ask you where you got it from!
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Ruling minimalism
If you love the minimalistic look but still want to look out there, this DIY is perfect for you. Turn your hula hoop into a minimalistic wreath with some evergreens and summer blooms. Let your imagination get the better of you, and the results will be amazing. It will indeed be a sight to behold every time to look at it.
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All things beach-y
You know how they say, “Go big or go home”? Well, here we say go big and then go home. Give your house the true summer feels with this beach-y wreath. Triple up on the hoops and bring together all the things that remind you of the goodness of this season. There’s no better way to confess your love for the season than wreathing in the glory of the sun!
Flowering the door thesmalleststep.com
Flowering the door
No matter the season, you can always find flowers and greenery to fit into your wreath. Decorate your hula hoop with some faux greenery and flowers to replicate your fun summer mood. Do not be afraid to go overboard with the decor. Remember, the more, the merrier. Let us all follow this simple rule when making our colorful summer wreaths.
Christmas stunner food52.com
Christmas stunner
If you have seen a Christmas wreath prettier than this one, we would like you to surprise us! Because, honestly, we just can’t stop staring at this magnificent beauty! If there is one experiment we are dying to try with a hula hoop, it definitely has to be this one! The velvet ribbon just adds the right touch of elegance and chic to the wreath.
Double the fun ar.nangarden.com
Double the fun
What’s better than putting together a wreath to match your winter home decor? You can also get it to coordinate with your Christmas decor. Follow the lead of this wreath maker and create a stunning masterpiece to go on to your door this Christmas. Seriously, all these amazing Christmas wreaths are making us wonder why we have waited so long to DIY our hoops.
All things Christmas-y idlehandsawake.com
All things Christmas-y
Honestly, we can’t stop thinking about how wonderful this wreath would look on our doors. Get some accent colors to match your mood, and you’re good to go. We are desperately waiting for the holiday season to arrive so that we can get our supplies out and get crafting. Or maybe we should just give in to the temptation and make it right away!
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Bow to the fall
Some pretty leaves, some ribbon, a hoop, and hula! You’ve got a stunner gracing your home’s entrance this autumn. Get to work armed with a can of spray paint in one hand and a glue gun in the other. Let’s not waste any valuable time and admire that wreath on our door. BRB, gotta go put this beauty together now.
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Autumn-izing the door
There are a few things a splash of color and a hearty supply of flowers can’t beautify. This floral wreath is definitely not one of those things. With colors as bright as the sun and a perfect resemblance of the season, it is the perfect wreath you can possibly put together. We suggest you get working on this trendsetter ASAP and watch all your neighbors follow suit.
Pumpkin spice for life amidstthechaos.ca
Pumpkin spice for life
What is the one thing that we all collectively love about the fall season? Wondering how you can include your most awaited flavor into your fall decor? Spice up your wreath with the favorite flavor of the season and watch how it catches everyone’s eye. We bet you won’t be able to pass up the opportunity to admire this wreath every time you step in and out the door!
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Clothespin to the rescue
If, like some of us, you too aren’t too creative but want to show your patriotism this 4th of July, here’s an idea. Grab as many wooden clothespins as you can lay your hands on and get to painting them with the colors of the flag. Pin them all around that hula hoop, and voila! Just in time for the celebrations!
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Starry eyed
Our pride in our nation can only be depicted by stars. Here’s a way to let that pride show front and all the way. What better way to celebrate Independence Day than showing off a starry wreath at your front door? There are stars, a wreath, all the colors in the national flag, and, of course, our love for America.
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Tie the ribbon
This wreath takes minimum effort and has a maximum impact; it needs fewer supplies and delivers fun. Need we go on? This ribbon-adorned wreath makes an excellent door ornament for your 4th of July decor if we do say so ourselves. Moreover, it is so easy to make that even the kids will ace this DIY and will enjoy doing so.
Fabricate your wreath theguideinc.com
Fabricate your wreath
Here’s an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic or paper. Collect some colored fabric and get snipping. When you’re done snipping to your heart’s content, you can roll around the ruffled layers of the colored fabric around the hula hoop. The result: a mesmerizing colorful ombre wreath for the 4th of July. What’s more, you can easily reuse it for the years to come.
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Bandana wreath
Put that bandana collection of yours to some good use. Gather your family and the hula hoop, and start knotting. This bandana wreath is surely going to be a hot topic of discussion and admiration among your friends. Show off your artistic skills with this wreath that takes minimal efforts and bask in the glory of the compliments that come your way.
Ruffle it up www.goodhousekeeping.com
Ruffle it up
If you want to do something extraordinary with something very ordinary, this wreath might just be what you have been looking for. Trust us, we didn’t know we needed this until we stumbled upon it. Some paint, some burlap, some time, and some patience later, you will have this stunning wreath ready on the door. Oh! And let’s not forget the stars.
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Blow it up
What’s more celebratory than balloons? Go overboard and blow up some trifecta colored balloons and stick them around a giant hula hoop. To take it up a notch, put on some stars or pom-poms around it, too. There is no way you can go wrong with this, and your wreath will be ready in no time. We bet this will be the most unique one around the block!
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Back to the basics
Another fun, easy, and no stress wreath to craft this Independence Day. All you need is a hula hoop, some red, white, and blue colored plastic leis, and, of course, a big star! Make it as big as you want it to be. You can even work on the star from scratch if you want to feel prouder! Add some flags for some added effect.