Halloween Pizza Pan Door Hangs

Halloween Pizza Pan Door Hangs

MATERIALS:

  1. Dollar Store Pizza Pans and Cookie sheets
  2. Glitter Blast Spray Paint – find it HERE
  3. Black Sharpie
  4. Gauze or Cheese Cloth
  5. Distress/ Antq. Pad HERE
  6. Black Felt
  7. Large Wiggle Eye
  8. Witch hat decor (found mine at the dollar tree)
  9. Bolts
  10. Black Ribbon
  11. Misc. spiders/ embellishments
  12. Hot glue and glue gun
  13. Scissors

DIRECTIONS

    1. Begin by spraying your pizza pans/ cookie sheets with glitter blast
    2. Once dry decorate each pan accordingly
    3. We used a black sharpie for the face on Frankenstein and the Skelleton
    4. Cheese cloth cut into strips and glued down for the mummy (used an antiq. pad over the cheese cloth)
    5. Black felt for the witch hair and a sharpie for her mouth
    6. Hot glue on large wiggle eyes and bolts on the frankenstein
    7. Once each pan is finished add a ribbon to the back to hang from

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23 Comments

  1. joyce

    what color paint did you use on the witch grape or pink in glitter blast ?

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Hi there, I used the Fierce Fuchsia for the witch 😉

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  2. liz

    Awesome idea, but what about the green for Frankie…is it Citrus Dream or Lucky Green? Having a hard time finding any of these colors (including the pink) in the stores….

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      I used citrus dream for the Frankie, I would check at your local craft stores for the paint it you are still having a hard time finding it you can also get it on Amazon –> http://amzn.to/2jCN7iq or I purchase mine here—> https://www.qualityart.biz/product-category/crafts/glitter/glitter-spray/

      Reply
  3. Sara

    How long did they take to dry before you could work on the rest?

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    1. Sara

      We are trying to do this as a group and we were hoping that we could paint them and have them dry while we eat and then finish them. The paint says 20 minutes to dry and 24 hours to be able to handle. Do you think after 20 minutes we can work on them if we are careful? What did you do?

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      1. Sheena (Post author)

        Hi there, I have worked on them quicker than 24 hours in the past, if you live in a warm area and can keep them out in the sun to dry it will speed up your working time extensively. Otherwise I would wait several hours to be sure they are dry if the temperature outside is not super warm out ;)… I have worked on them with in a half hour to an hour myself if it was super warm out 😉

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    2. Sheena (Post author)

      I recommend waiting 24 hours if you are using the glitter blast. If you live in a very warm climate and can keep them in direct sun to dry then you should be able to work on them sooner. 😉

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  4. Jamie

    How did you attach the hat to the witch?

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Hi there, I just hot glued it down, the hat I was working with was super light and attached very easily.

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  5. Jennifer

    What did you use for the witches hat???

    Reply
    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Hi there, I found a flat witch hat at our local dollar tree (it was made to be a door hang or other hanging decor). You can usually find them there or most craft stores tend to have something similar. Another option is make your own (I would use black craft foam with felt accents if I made one 😉 )

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  6. Heather Christensen

    DId you just use a plain white spray paint for the mummy or is it glitter as well?

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      I used the glitter but you could do it with just white and be fine 🙂

      Reply
  7. joyce

    My hat will not stay glued to the pan, it has turned out to be a nightmare. I bought the same pan and hat from dollar store as you used.

    Reply
    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Joyce, if you are still having troubles keeping your hat attached with using hot glue than I would recommend using a stronger adhesive such as a glass glue. I use the 9001 glue or E6000 work great for a stronger more permanent hold on most all of my projects (however both of those options will take 24 hours to dry, and you must keep it on a flat surface because they can run if sitting upright)

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  8. Ronnie

    Hi there, can you use gauze instead of the cheesecloth for the mummy?

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Hi there, yes either should work just fine 🙂

      Reply
  9. Denene

    Love these ideas!
    Can you tell me if you sprayed the Mummy pan first ? or glue some paper to it ?
    I don’t really have the room for spraying and was hoping maybe I could just use some paper on the background ?

    Reply
    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Hi there, I did spray the mummy pan with white spray paint then did a light coat of glitter spray over that. You could always hand paint it first or just leave it silver and put extra gauze on it 🙂

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  10. Jeanne Mitchell

    Love these and can’t wait to make them with my grandkids! Thanks for the great idea!

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  11. Mia Dempsey

    Have you done a scarecrow, by chance? We have some kids in our class that do not celebrate Halloween and we thought that a scarecrow might work as an option, or a pumpkin of course.

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    1. Sheena (Post author)

      Hi there, unfortunately I ran out of time this year to make a scarecrow, hopefully next year I can get one made to add the the collection of these 🙂 but keep your eyes out I might get one made before Thanksgiving along with a turkey design 😉

      Reply

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