A little background
Last weekend I helped host a baby sprinkle for one of my closest friends and decided for the backdrop we should do a balloon wreath. I’ve been wanting to try making one for some time and I am so happy with how simple and affordable it was to make and how beautiful it turned out.
Here's what you need
1. Hula Hoop
2. Spray Paint (make sure it works with plastic)
3. Fishing Line (you will use this to attach the greenery and balloons to the hula hoop)
Once you’ve done this, let the paint dry for one hour. If you are using a different type of spray paint, take a look at the bottle to see the time it will take to dry.
I added each one by
Tie fishing line around the top center of the hula hoop. You can then hang your hula hoop using fishing line so that you do not distract from the design when you hang it up. Once you are all done with the design, look closely and cut off any excess fishing line. You cannot see it from a distance, however, up close you would be able to see some clear strings hanging.