I am currently obsessed with pineapples. I don’t know why, I don’t know where it came from, but oh boy am I pineapple crazy right now. Literally pineapple everything. Shirts, decor, planner, and I even made myself a pineapple paper clip.
First try, but cute right?
I wanted to decorate my Cricut and had been going back and forth with what to do, flowers, or a pineapple. Well, when I googled “pineapple watercolor” this came up and I kept trying to decide on something else, but couldn’t. I fell in love with the hibiscus and pineapple from the moment I saw it. So I used printable vinyl and applied it to my Cricut. I absolutely love it and think it was the best decision made.
At the moment, there is practically a pineapple of some sort in every room in my house. I love walking into my house and seeing little things every day that make me happy.
I might be losing it, but to me this looks like a pineapple.
Now I want to give you a little history on pineapples in the Bahamas.
Pineapples have been grown in the Bahamas since 1700’s. Eleuthera is the largest exporter of pineapples. The Pineapple Festival brings in both visitors and locals every summer to honor the pineapple farmers. The small, sweet pineapple have been bringing people to the festival since 1988. The celebration is full of games, music, and culinary contests. I have never been able to experience the pineapple festival for myself, but hope to one day. If you get the chance to visit Eleuthera you are lucky. There are many beautiful places to see and things to experience.