Easy Pizza Pan Wreath Dollar Tree DIY Craft

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You are going to love how easy it is to make this easy pizza pan wreath. Made from Dollar Tree supplies, this pizza pan craft will look great on the front door!

It doesn’t necessarily need to go on the front door, but it’s a great way to welcome people into your home. If you don’t want to hang it on your door, you can also hang it up on the wall for decoration and to bring a little color into your home.

Dollar Tree Easy Pizza Pan Wreath

I like putting this pan wreath up during the summer. I’ll alternate with with the white sunflower wreath, the farmhouse shovel wreath, and the coastal beach wreath.

Easy Pizza Pan Wreath Dollar Tree DIY Craft

Even though we don’t have a brick door, I love the look of this Dollar Tree pan wreath on the brick background. It really makes the blue stand out. It also has a cute farmhouse look that I love.

If you have a brick wall in your home as an accent wall… I’m so jealous! My goal one day is to have one.

The door we put the pan wreath on is white so the blue and white contrasts well together making it look great.

Easy Pizza Pan Wreath – Supplies Needed

  • Paint Brush
  • Waverly Ink Chalk Paint
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Dollar Tree Pizza Pan
  • Scissors
  • Dollar Tree Nautical Rope
  • Dollar Tree Burlap Ribbon with lace center
  • Dollar Tree Family is everything placemat
  • Boxwood Floral (Walmart & Amazon both have these if you can’t find them at the Dollar Tree)
Easy Pizza Pan Wreath

How to Make A Dollar Tree Pan Wreath

Start by cutting the placemat so that it will fit on the inside of the pizza pan

Easy Pizza Pan Wreath Instructions

Next using the black paint, paint the rim of the pizza pan (you may need to use 2 coats).Once dry, add the placemat to the center of the pizza pan with some hot glue.

Cut a 12 inch, 8 inch and 3 inch section of the burlap ribbon. Fold the ends of the 12 inch and 8 inch sections to meet in the center, add some hot glue, layer on top of each other.

Easy Pizza Pan Wreath Instructions 2

Then, wrap the 3 inch section around the middle and add some hot glue to secure it.

Take the nautical rope and add a thin line of hot glue around the inside section of the pizza pan and the trimming at the top. This will be covered by the bow. Next add some hot glue and attach the bow.

Add some dabs of hot glue to the boxwood pieces and place behind the bow. I used 4 small pieces that just popped off the stem.

Easy Pizza Pan Wreath Dollar Tree DIY Craft Pin

Grab the printable version of the DIY pizza pan wreath. You can use it as a shopping list so you get everything you need. Then, follow the instructions to recreate the pizza pan wreath.

Easy Pizza Pan Wreath Dollar Tree DIY Craft

You are going to love how easy it is to make this easy pizza pan wreath. Made from Dollar Tree supplies, this pizza pan craft will look great on the front door!
Active Time30 mins
Total Time27 mins
Cost: $10

Materials

  • Paint Brush
  • Waverly Ink Chalk Paint
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Dollar Tree Pizza Pan
  • Scissors
  • Dollar Tree Nautical Rope
  • Dollar Tree Burlap Ribbon with lace center
  • Dollar Tree Family is everything placemat
  • Boxwood Floral 

Instructions

  • Start by cutting the placemat so that it will fit on the inside of the pizza pan
  • Next using the black paint, paint the rim of the pizza pan (you may need to use 2 coats).Once dry, add the placemat to the center of the pizza pan with some hot glue.
  • Cut a 12 inch, 8 inch and 3 inch section of the burlap ribbon. Fold the ends of the 12 inch and 8 inch sections to meet in the center, add some hot glue, layer on top of each other.
  • Then, wrap the 3 inch section around the middle and add some hot glue to secure it.
  • Take the nautical rope and add a thin line of hot glue around the inside section of the pizza pan and the trimming at the top. This will be covered by the bow. Next add some hot glue and attach the bow.
  • Add some dabs of hot glue to the boxwood pieces and place behind the bow. I used 4 small pieces that just popped off the stem.

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