Pineapple Pumpkin

I know it’s fall and we should all be thinking mums and apple cider, but I just can’t quite let the pineapple go.  I made this fun pineapple washi tape print earlier in the year and today I am sharing my Easy DIY Pineapple Pumpkin! Pineapples are still my go-to DIY fruit of choice.

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A Pumpkin | Yellow Spray paintGold Paint Pen | Green Scrapbook paper
Small wooden dowels | Scissors | Hot Glue
 Pineapple Pumpkin supplies, Delineate Your Dwelling
The first step is to clean off your pumpkin from any dirt or debris (this won’t be an issue if you used a faux pumpkin) and then get to spray painting!  My pumpkin took about 3 coats of yellow paint, just like a piece of furniture might.
 Pineapple Pumpkin yellow, Delineate Your Dwelling
After your paint has completely dried, draw a check board pattern on your pumpkin with a gold paint pen.  My lines were not perfectly straight, but neither is a pumpkin!
 Pineapple Pumpkin, Delineate Your Dwelling
Cut your green scrapbook paper into a pineapple leaf shape.  I hot glued the paper to a small wooden dowel and then stuck it into my pumpkin at the top.
 Pineapple Pumpkin leaf, Delineate Your Dwelling
The result is a fun fruity pumpkin, perfect decor for a party, a very large fruit bowl or sitting outside to scare away the (fruit) ghosts.
 Easy Pineapple Pumpkin, Delineate Your Dwelling
I thought an apple pumpkin might be kind of fun, too.  What do you think?  Should I give it a try?

Ready to check out some of my other fun pumpkins from over the years?



25 thoughts on “Pineapple Pumpkin

  1. Found this on “Do Tell Tuesday” and was instantly drawn to it. I often decorate my rooms either shabby chic, or tropical, so crafts like this allow me to still decorate for Halloween without looking odd in my apartment! So cute 🙂

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