Hula hoop craft projects? Say what? This post is dedicated to all of the things you can do with that old hula hoop you have stashed away in your garage. Pssst…don’t have an old hula hoop to use? Find one for almost nothing at the Dollar Store! Prepare yourself: you’re about to get a new holiday wreath AND a light fixture.
Hang a hula hoop instead of a chandelier, and drape your favorite light up colored lanterns around the edge of the hoop. I love this idea for weddings or parties! This project makes for some seriously inexpensive lighting.
A different take on a canopy; this hula hoop DIY is easy to make and creates a serious dosage of texture in your home. And finally, a project that takes care of ALL your various fabric scraps. Oh Happy Day has more.
Woven wall hangings are all the rage on Pinterest these days! But, they can cost an arm and a leg to purchase for your home. Instead of dishing out some serious dough at World Market, make your own with a hula hoop from the Dollar Store! Flax and Twine put a few old t-shirts to good use with this craft project.
Another lighting idea from Bless’er House takes Pottery Barn chandelier and uses it for inspiration on her own project. This won’t break your bank, but it will leave guests wondering where you got something so fantastic.
Hint…a hula hoop makes a great frame!
Who knew an old hula hoop would catch all of your bad decor dreams! Life by Mom will show you how it’s done.
If a holiday wreath on a budget is exactly what you’re in the market for; use this tutorial from DIY Selfy. Use a garland from Michael’s and a festive red ribbon! Of course, if you’re looking for a little bit more holiday cheer add jingle bells!
Hang a string of Christmas lights around a ribbon-wrapped hula hoop for a fast lighting perfect for weddings. To dress the look up, you can use pieces of lace to secure your chandelier from the ceiling.
String together your favorite Christmas ornaments and attach them to a hula hoop for a fast and easy holiday DIY. Layer several strings of ornaments on top of one another to create a fuller look! Find the tutorial at Cre8tive Design Inc.
In a last (but certainly not least!) project from Indie Crafts, you can learn how an old hula hoop becomes the frame for a baby gym! Use velcro to attach your baby’s favorite toys to the hoop. Thoughts and Thimbles shows you how to create a small quilt to keep baby comfortable!