Dollar Tree Pizza Pan Snowman

Hey there!! I just LOVE a cute snowman for Christmas and winter decor, and when it’s inexpensive to create, even better! This Dollar Tree pizza pan snowman starts with a pizza pan of course and it would be a cute addition to anyone’s snowman collection!

Dollar Tree pizza pan

All the supplies…

  • Dollar Tree Pizza Pan
  • Dollar Tree or Dollar General Santa Hat
  • Greenery Sprig (Mine is from Walmart.)
  • White, Black, Orange, Pink Paint (Acrylic or Chalk)
  • Dollar Tree Snowflake
  • Craft Glue or E-6000
  • Glitter
  • Dollar Tree Sticker (Dot for snowflake.)
  • Dollar Tree Vase Filler (Styrofoam Balls)
  • Sealer Spray or Top Coat
Dollar Tree pizza pan, greenery sprig, and Santa hat

The first thing I want to do is get my pizza pan painted completely with white chalk paint. This will take 2-3 coats with time between each coat to dry.

Dollar Tree pizza pan painted white

Once the white paint is completely dry I’ll slide the hat on top of the pan to see how it will fit and where I want to paint on a face.

Dollar Tree pizza pan painted with Santa hat added

Next, it’s time to paint the face using the black, orange, and pink paint. Let’s start with the eyes.

Dollar Tree pizza pan painted white with eyes painted on

Now it’s time for those rosy cheeks, then the nose, and the mouth will be painted last.

Dollar Tree pizza pan painted white with eyes and cheeks painted on

I’m using Waverly chalk paint in Ballet Slipper for the cheeks and added in a little Waverly Snow white.

Dollar Tree pizza pan painted white with eyes, cheeks, and nose painted on
Dollar Tree pizza pan painted white with eyes, cheeks, and nose painted on

To create the nose I paint an orange circle and then extend the paint out to make the nose. I’m using the color Pumpkin. I’ll also use the white and black paint to add accents to the eyes and nose. They make a BIG difference!!

Dollar Tree pizza pan painted white with eyes, cheeks, and nose painted on

Now, to create the mouth I’ll add little marks on the cheeks that you can see above, and connect the two with a wavy line.

Dollar Tree pizza pan painted white with eyes, cheeks, nose, and mouth painted on

When the face is complete and dry, I’ll spray it with a sealer spray or top coat to help protect the paint.

Adding all the extras…

Now I’m ready to add the hat to our Dollar Tree pizza pan snowman. I’m not planning on hanging mine so I’m not adding holes. If you want to hang this guy you’ll need to drill holes in the pan and cut holes in the hat to run string or wire though. I’m using E-6000 to attach the hat.

E-6000 glue to attach Santa hat
Dollar Tree snowflakes and stickers

The hat needs a little something so I’ll paint a Dollar Tree snowflake white and add a little glitter before gluing it to the top right corner of the hat. This snowflake had a hole in it for hanging so I added one of the Dollar Tree stickers to cover it before I painted and glittered.

Dollar Tree snowflake painted white and glittered
Dollar Tree snowflake painted white and glittered, glued to hat

Finally, I’ll finish up this Dollar Tree pizza man snowman by adding some greenery and the vase filler styrofoam balls to the bottom.

greenery attached to bottom of pizza pan
Vase filler white styrofoam balls
competed Dollar Tree pizza pan snowman

Lastly, I added one of the styrofoam balls to the center of the snowflake to bring everything together. I love how this piece turned out and can’t wait to display it for Christmas! I’d love to know if you try it! If you love snowmen as much as me be sure to see this tutorial!!

competed Dollar Tree pizza pan snowman
competed Dollar Tree pizza pan snowman

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