I always like to stroll through the Dollar Tree and try to find items to get creative with. The pizza pans seem to have caught my eye and I think we can get very creative with two of them. We will easily turn two pizza pans into a fun and unique pocket wreath.

The supplies I will be using are:

1. Two Dollar Tree pizza pans

2. E6000 glue

3. Hot glue

4. Sanding sponge

5. Scissors

6. Mod Podge

7. Paint brush

8. Two cloth napkins

9. Clamps

The first thing that I did was use the sanding sponge around the edges of the pizza pans.

The next step is to bend one pizza pan. You will want to bend down part of the top section.

Do not bend the pan evenly in half. You just want to bend over part of the upper end of the pan as shown in photo below.

Once you have the pizza pan bent it is then time to add your material. I will be using two cloth napkins that I purchased from Home Goods. You can use any type of material, napkins or even paint the pizza pan.

I want this to have a patriotic feel so I will be adding the red and white striped material to the bottom half and the star print material to the upper half.

I trimmed of the edging and then added the mod podge to the pan first.

Once the pan was covered with the mod podge I then added the material

You will want to add more mod podge over the material.

I trimmed off the excess material. You will do the same process to the top section

I trimmed the top and left just a bit of the material to fold over the top.

I drilled two small holes in the other pizza pan. This will allow me to add a wire for a hanger.

I added the E6000 glue to the backside of the folded pan.

I placed the folded pan on top of the other pan as shown in photo above. You can use clamps to help hold it together until the glue dries. I did add a few drops of hot glue over the E6000 glue to help secure the pans together while the E6000 glue dries. I like to give E6000 glue a good 24 hours to dry.

This is very easy to make and I just love how it turned out. You can create these for all holidays or make it an everyday wreath. I hope you will get creative and give this a try.