DIY Dollar Tree Pizza Pan shabby chic Makeover

Last month, I participated in a monthly channel to makeover the Dollar Tree Pizza pan.

Although, I bought the two pizza pans quickly, I did not complete the project in time to give it in time. Anyhoo ! So here’s how (life) commenced for this cute pizza pan.

I had picked these candle stands from Ikea, nearly 2 years back. Just found it recently after the organizing the studio.

I added the first coat of Art Deco chalk paint – although, I gave it 3 coats of paint in total, I feel I should have given it a fourth coat too.

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  1. I have sent links out of your wonderful blog to various family members. If I can get them to send a photo I’ll let you see them! But you know these young people! I love your pizza pan makeover.

  2. Wow! What a great idea! I’ve seen the pizza pans in the Dollar Tree, but I couldn’t think of what to make with one. I love this idea! Pinning!!!

    • Oh thats great ! I bought two of those pans, but used only one. Kept the other one for another project. I look forward to your creation Carol.

  3. Really enjoyed this post. As a milk glass lover on a budget, this project really appealed to me! Your styling of the “cake stand” was awesome, too!

    • Thanks hon. This was for a challenge but I was late in submitting it 😦 Never the less, I really love how it turned out.

    • Aww !! Thank you Sara. So glad you like it. I really liked it too. The hot glue dots idea is, me being frugal or lazy or both πŸ™‚
      Wanted a cheaper alternative to beads hence the glue dots πŸ˜‰

  4. I can’t believe how creative you are! This is such a great idea. Thank you for sharing at Charming Homes and Gardens. Pinned.

    • I know right !! I really liked how it turned out too. I love displaying all my tiny souvenirs on it now. Thank you very much for dropping by and leaving some love here, Catherine.

    • Aww !! Thank you Shelbee. Now if only I could be half as confident as you are in all your fabulous photos ! I love the pizza pan too – really turned out good – and now I have a place to display all my smaller souvenirs.

    • I know right !!! I do love how it turned out. Thank you so much for dropping by and leaving some love here, Danielle.

  5. Naush,
    This is an amazing make over!! I LOVE it!! A brand new 12,000 sq. ft. Dollar Tree opened up in the shopping center that is right next to our townhouse development!! I am checking it out today and I am so excited!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

    • Thank you Debbie. Oh wow !! That’s huge – but its dangerous to have it so close to your townhouse community !! ( imagine all the spending πŸ™‚

  6. Great job, looks nice! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 18, open until November 26. Shared.

  7. Naush, I think this is my favorite project of yours to date! This shabby chic DIY cake or decor pedestal is amazing. Simply stunning once again!!

    Thanks for linking up with us at the Embracing Home and Family linkup party!


    • Aww !! Thank you Cherelle. I love how it turned out too. If only, I had it ready in time for the competition 😦

  8. Naush, this looks amazing! It’s so pretty – you would never know it began life as a pizza pan. I love the vignette you have put on it as well. Thank you for sharing and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party Community. Take care and stay well.

  9. It turned out cute.
    I was going to ask you what the edging was made from but then I see it’s from hot glue. I never would have thought of that.

    Thank you for sharing at the Homestead Blog Hop!


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