Dollar tree Pizza Pan crafts
Hi there friends!
First back in the fall all the rage was Dollar tree Splatter Screens. Now the new rage are Dollar tree pizza pans.
Of course I had to jump on the pizza pan wagon and try one myself. I do these fun crafts simply as a hobby at this point. I try to put my own spin on them and of course coordinate with our decor and home.
For my pizza pan I used Mod Podge, napkins, one stem of dollar tree lavender. I had the pretty rose magnet, and the little bee tack.
The Dollar tree had some of the prettiest napkins that were scalloped. I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I love using napkins to Mod podge just about anything. How to Mod Podge on wood using napkins HERE.
The beauty of using napkins with Mod Podge on just about any surface, is they tak on a life of their own. Once it is dry on the surface, there is no perfections, and that’s exactly what you want. Using a two ply napkin is best, and the trickiest part of the project. Pulling apart the ply can take a hot minute or two. In fact, I think I only pulled away one part of the ply. It was no biggie. I still loved it as is. You can check out my all things Mod Podge crafts HERE
First I painted my pizza pan using chalky paint. You want to use a chalky paint in lieu of acrylic. The chalky paint adheres well. I let that dry for about an hour.
Second, I painted half my pan with Mod Podge, then adhered the napkin, and lightly painted over it, and ran my finger over it gently to get out most creases. Again, no perfection is needed in this project. You can use fabric, a placemat, even contact paper. Or simply paint it, stencil, use a cricket, or hand paint if you are good at that. I am NOT!
I am thinking about making some pretty jars using these napkins as well. I think they would turn out great and almost look hand painted.
Here are some examples of other Dollar Tree pizza pan crafts found in the Dollar tree Facebook groups done by every day creative folks:). As you can see, the creativity is endless.
Check out Alma H from the Dollar tree Crafters group. She used placemats, and hand painted the side of the pizza pan, then simply embellished with pretty florals! Simply cut the place mat to size, by tracing the back, cut to size, glue on the pizza board and let the rest of your creativity go wild!
My pizza pan went our pantry door. It was simple, fun, and of course for me, therapeutic. I love working with Mod Podge most. That sticky glue feeling on my fingers, I just can’t explain why I like it. HA..maybe I am just strange.
Have a great day.
You can find more Dollar tree Spring inspiration HERE
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