If you use a 8 x 11 piece of paper, the paper will pretty much fit perfectly. You can also use a larger 12 x 12 piece and trim it. Place the door hanger about a half of inch from the edge of the paper (on the wrong side of the paper) and trace it. Fold the paper over the hanger (so each side has a pattern showing). You did this so you will know where center is.
Scrapbook paper folded over wooden door hanger.
Unfold your paper. Put Mod Podge on the side of paper that is penciled. Put hanger on the paper so it lines up with the penciled outline. Check the other side to see if any bubbles need to be smoothed out before the Mod Podge dries. Then slowly move around the outside putting the trim on the door hanger. (The little tabs you cut earlier) If you're going slow you may need to put more Mod Podge on the tabs if they start to dry and aren't sticking. Move on to the center and create the hole by gluing the "pizza slices" onto the door hanger.
After finishing one side, put glue on the other side of the paper and fold it over the door hanger. Make sure there are no bubbles. Once again move around and glue the tabs down and the pizza in the circle.
The back side of the closet hanger. If you look closely, you can see the tabs along the bottom and side.
Using water bottles to dry top coat of Mod Podge.
You have several options for labels. You could use chipboard letters or just write something right on the hangers or print something with something with a Cricut.
What I did was create the labels I wanted with the font I wanted in Word. I did a big label for the main part of the hanger and then a small label for the top part. I printed off the labels to plain white paper and cut around them.
Labels ready to be cut out from paper.
Labels going through the lamination machine.