I’ve seen a lot of pineapples around lately and not just in fruit bowls! They seem to be everywhere: made into ceramics, on prints, in frames, decorating cushions and even tea towels.
Well, I’ll buy into the trend and jump on the Tropical pineapple bandwagon too! I’ve got a stylized Pineapple Cutting file for you today.
I’ve cut it out of a patterned paper, backed it with yellow card stock and popped it in an 8 x 10″ frame. Here’s a close up of the paper I used but any plain or small print paper would work too.
This file would make a terrific stencil, to paint up all those wood projects, or why not decorate fabric with HTV.
And to show you how versatile this file is, (he he) I also made a simple print out with the file. I copied and pasted until I had 4 pineapples, then aligned them all, changed all the line colours to gray, and filled each pineapple with a different colour. I printed it out on glossy photo paper and made this cool print.
What would you decorate with a Pineapple?
Here’s the Silhouette Studio V3 Pineapple Cutting File
Here’s the Silhouette Studio V2 Pineapple Cutting File.
Irene l. says
Love this pineapple (to eat too!!). Thanks so much.
thanks Irene! summer here, so pineapples are in season!
love it!! totally pinning it to my pineapple board.
Thanks Havalah, Just peeked at your site and I see pineapples are your “thing”. thanks for the pin too 🙂
Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai says
I like the four color print. 🙂 Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty – We hope to see you again next week.
Life With Lorelai
Emily @ Two Purple Couches says
So cute! These are perfect for spring & summer decorating! Thanks for linking up at Creative Spark. Hope you’ll join us again today 🙂
Thanks Emily 🙂
Jessica @ Decor Adventures says
Love these Silhouette projects you have! I’ve pinned a few and appreciate the cut files. I’m new to using my Portrait, I’ve only had it for a little while, but there’s so many things to make, I need to get started. Thanks for the inspiration 🙂
Hi Jessica, Thanks for your kind comments. I’m pretty sure that once you get started you won’t stop 🙂