5 Easy DIY Pizza Pan Wreath Ideas For Every Season

Spruce up your door for any season with these fun pizza pan wreath tutorials! From cheerful summer vibes to spooky Halloween chills, these affordable Dollar Store crafts are perfect for all skill levels.

Get ready to unleash your creativity and craft a festive pizza pan wreath for your door!

Looking for something else? Discover other ways to use this item by checking out our favorite pizza pan craft ideas.

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14-Inch Wide-Rim Pizza Pan

1. Watermelon pizza pan wreath

This tutorial from Hometalker Chloe Crabtree creates a watermelon wreath using a pizza pan and Dollar Tree items.

Tools and materials:

  • Painted pizza pan (pink)
  • Dyed clothespins (light and dark green) - 50 each
  • Ribbon
  • Multi-surface adhesive
  • Acrylic paint pen (black)
  • Silk flowers (watermelon colors)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pipe cleaner
Watermelon pizza pan wreath by Chloe Crabtree


  1. Paint the pizza pan pink and let it dry.
  2. Dye half the clothespins dark green and the other half light green.
  3. Attach a ribbon to the back of the pan using multi-surface adhesive.
  4. Draw watermelon seeds on the pink pan.
  5. Clip the dyed clothespins around the pan alternating colors, leaving space for flowers.
  6. Hot glue flowers to the open space.
  7. Make a bow from the ribbon and secure it with a pipe cleaner.
  8. Hot glue the bow under the flowers.

2. Sunflower pizza pan wreath

Using a similar technique, this tutorial creates a sunflower pizza pan wreath using a pizza pan and clothespins. It's a cheap and easy Dollar Tree pizza pan craft!

Dollar Tree supplies:

  • 2 packs of clothespins (72 total)
  • Pizza pan
  • Boxwood bunch
  • Sunflower bunch
  • Greenery (optional)

Other supplies:

  • Yellow spray paint
  • Black spray paint
  • Wirecutters (optional)
  • Ribbon
  • Hot glue gun
Sunflower pizza pan wreath


  1. Spray paint clothespins yellow and pizza pan black.
  2. Clip clothespins around the pizza pan outer edge, leaving space for flowers.
  3. Tie a ribbon loop to the back of the pan for hanging.
  4. (Optional) Cut greenery and sunflower stems.
  5. Hot glue greenery to the open area of the pan, then sunflowers on top.

3. Thanksgiving/Fall pizza pan wreath

Next, we're transitioning from summer to fall. This tutorial from Vivian Siu creates a Thanksgiving/Fall pizza pan wreath with farmhouse vibes using Dollar Tree items.

Tools and materials:

  • Painted pizza pan (white on rim and center)
  • Wood wallpaper (cut into two half circles)
  • Orange vinyl (cut into a shape to fit center)
  • Fall-colored mini decorations ( pumpkin, corn, maple leaf)
  • Artificial fall flowers
  • Jute rope with wooden beads
  • Plaid ribbon
  • Alphabet stickers
  • Glue (hot glue, tacky glue)
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Pencil/pen
Thanksgiving/Fall pizza pan wreath by Vivian Siu


  1. Paint the center and the rim of the pizza pan white.
  2. Apply the two wood wallpaper half circles to cover most of the pan.
  3. Add a center piece of orange vinyl.
  4. Spell out "Welcome" with alphabet stickers on the orange vinyl.
  5. Glue a jute rope with wooden beads around the outer rim of the pan.
  6. Make a loop from jute rope and attach it to a plaid ribbon bow.
  7. Glue the bow to the top of the pizza pan.
  8. Arrange and glue fall decorations around the wreath.

For more ideas for this time of year, check out our guides to the best DIY fall wreaths and Thanksgiving wreaths.

4. Halloween pizza pan wreath

This tutorial, also from Vivian Siu, creates a "Nightmare Before Christmas" wreath using a pizza pan. This is a great Halloween wreath idea to add to your front door for the spooky season.

Tools and materials:

  • Painted pizza pan (black)
  • Nightmare Before Christmas fabric (or picture) cut to a circle
  • Mini ornaments (black, purple, orange)
  • Black cord
  • Cardboard
  • Glue (tacky glue, E6000 glue, hot glue)
  • Scissors
  • Marker
  • Tape
"Nightmare Before Christmas" pizza pan wreath by Vivian Siu


  1. Paint the pizza pan black and let it dry.
  2. Use the pizza pan label as a template to cut a circle out of your Nightmare Before Christmas fabric.
  3. Glue the fabric circle onto the pizza pan.
  4. Glue mini ornaments around the outer edge of the pan.
  5. Cut and tape a black cord to the back of the pan for wall hanging.
  6. Glue a piece of cardboard over the taped cord for reinforcement.

5. Farmhouse pizza pan wreath

This tutorial from Shelly L Nemeth creates a farmhouse pizza pan wreath using leftover materials she had lying around from previous crafts. This wreath would work well year-round in your home.

Tools and materials:

  • Pizza pan
  • Contact paper
  • Ribbon
  • Cotton
  • Twine
  • Artificial boxwood (or other farmhouse decorations)
  • Drill
  • Vinyl letters (optional)
Farmhouse pizza pan wreath by Shelly L Nemeth


  1. Cover the pizza pan with contact paper.
  2. Arrange ribbon, cotton, twine, and artificial boxwood to create a farmhouse decoration.
  3. Tie the decoration together and secure it to the pizza pan with twine threaded through a drilled hole.
  4. (Optional) Add vinyl letters to the front.

More pizza pan wreath ideas

No matter your taste or the season, there's a pizza pan wreath out there waiting to be created! With a trip to Dollar Tree and some inspiration from these tutorials, you can have a beautiful and unique wreath gracing your door.

So grab your pizza pan, get crafting, and welcome the changing seasons (or holidays) in style!

Have you ever made any pizza pan crafts or know someone who has? Share your creations and suggestions in the comments below.

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