(EDIT: if you are looking for a few more photos, check out this post http://www.chanitydawn.com/2015/11/diy-oversized-ornaments-pallet-signs.html for our 2015 DIY post!)

If you are looking for an inexpensive, but attention-grabbing Christmas decor idea, look no further! These oversized ornaments are just what you need.
Supplies:
Large bouncy balls
Spray paint
Bows
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Fishing line
Nails
Super glue
(These supplies are optional, as they are how my husband chose to hang them. If you would rather hang them a different way, by all means!)  

I chose different sizes of bouncy balls, silver spray paint and red bows. Obviously you could choose any variation of paint color and bow color.

To give them the whole suspended-in-mid-air look, my husband stuck a small nail through the air intake of each ball with fishing line wrapped around the head of the nail. Then he filled the space around the nail with super glue to make sure no air leaked out. 

We then hung them from our basketball goal and spray painted them. From experience, I would suggest light coats to prevent drips in the paint. This year I used matte silver spray, but in the future I would go for a more mirrored effect paint. Even bright red or gold would look beautiful!

Once they were dry we put the bows on and hung them from hooks in the ceiling over our caddy-cornered entertainment center to fill the dead space where we usually have our hanging yard balls.

Simple and affordable. My kind of Christmas decor!