The Nightmare Before Christmas (Jack and Sally) Pizza Pan Wreath
I had to post another DIY pizza pan wreath. This time, I decided to do a "Nightmare Before Christmas" theme pizza pan wreath. The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of my favorite holiday movies. I also love Jack and Sally as a couple, so I used their picture as my wreath background.
- Pizza Pan
- Tacky glue
- e6000 glue
- The Nightmare Before Christmas tablecloth (or you can use wrapping paper or a picture)
- Cardboard (not in picture)
- Mini ornaments (Black, purple and orange color ornaments)
- Black cord
- Black Acrylic paint
- Scotch tape (not in picture)
- Painting brushes
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
1). Paint the outer border of the pizza pan with black acrylic paint. Let the paint dry. I waited 1 day.
2). Using the pizza pan label as a template, place it on the back of the Nightmare Before Christmas tablecloth. With a marker, trace the outline of the pizza pan label.
3). Move the template to the top and then trace the other half of the circle.
4). You should have a traced circle on the tablecloth. With scissors, cut the circle.
5). Using tacky glue, apply the cut out circle (tablecloth) on the pizza pan. Smooth out the air bubbles. Next time, I will try to find a Nightmare Before Christmas background that isn't a plastic table cloth.
6). The next step is to glue the ornaments on the outer border of the pizza pan. I alternated the colors of the ornaments.
7). Your wreath is almost ready. :)
8). Flip the pizza pan over. Cut the black hanging cord to your desired length. Tape it to the back of the pizza pan wreath (as shown in the picture).
9). Cut out a long rectangle shape from the cardboard. With the hot glue gun, glue the cardboard on top of the taped black hanging cord.
Your romantic Halloween Jack Skellington and Sally pizza pan wreath is ready for display. This is Halloween! This is Halloween!
DIY Halloween crafts
- Pizza Pan (Dollar Tree)
- Mini ornaments (Dollar Tree)
- Nightmare Before Christmas Tablecloth (Amazon)
- Acrylic Paint (Michaels)