That’s what I felt about this paper flower wall decoration once the idea popped into my head. I also have a lovely pineapple-stencilled table in my lounge and thought that a piece of pineapple wall art would look great above it! We’re a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Spray chalk paint – for the frame, and I chose a Rose Pink colour.
Step 1: I first prepared the frame and base for the paper flower wall decoration. Step 2: To create a base for the pineapple paper flower decoration, I cut a foam board to fit into the frame.
I have a tutorial for the daisies on my denim hanging mason jar wall vase post. I made the dandelion and cream Peonies using the tutorials on Lia Griffith’s fantastic site. For the background of the pineapple body, I made crepe paper succulents using a brilliant Ash and Craft tutorial. One thing I did differently, though, was to add some colour to the tip of my succulents with oil pastels.
The pineapple leaves were made by cutting out long leaf shapes of crepe paper and glueing them to the floristry wire stems. Again these were made in different sizes, and bits of colour was added to the crepe paper with oil pastels.
I have a DIY tropical leaf plant tutorial that would work well with this floral pineapple display. Step 1: First, cut out a piece of green crepe paper in the shape of a pineapple onto the foamboard
To do this, pierce the foam board with a wooden skewer (or similar) and then thread the wire through to the other side.
Top tip: Add a dollop of hot glue to the wire at the back to stop it from slipping, but wait until the end when you are sure of your design. Step 3: Next, glue the succulents randomly to the green crepe paper on the front of the foam board. Step 4: Finally, add the crepe paper flowers to the pineapple wall decoration using the same method as the leaves.