Have you seen how popular pineapple home décor is yet? Everywhere you look whether it be the craft store or home stores, pineapples are sure to be found! I have jumped on the pineapple bandwagon and am sharing these quick and easy DIY Pineapple Flour Sack Towels.
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A big thank you to Crystal of The Weathered Fox for hosting this fun pineapple blog hop. I can’t wait to see what the other bloggers share. Be sure to visit The Weathered Fox every day this week to check out the pineapple themed home decor, recipes, drinks, DIY tutorials, shopping guides, and free printables all week long!
I have a feeling you will be seeing more pineapple projects on Our Crafty Mom in the future! If you follow me on Instagram, I just shared this beautiful ceramic pineapple I picked up on clearance for $5! Isn’t it pretty?
Let me show you how easy it is to make these DIY Pineapple Flour Sack Towels:
White Flour Sack Towels -Pack of 5
Pineapple Adhesive Stencil
DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint Cadmium Yellow
DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint, Mint Julep Green
DecoArt Fabric Painting Medium
Darice Foam Stencil Brush Value Pack
Pom Pom Fringe Trim
Hot Glue Gun
I found the perfect pineapple stencils at the craft store from Martha Stewart. Leave it to Martha to take these stencils up a notch. These actually have a sticky backing so you don’t even have to use tape to hold them down. Such a time saver. Plus you put them back on the sticky film so it is reusable. As a crafter any little time savers like these are a big help!
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Simply lay the stencil where you want it on the towel and use the stencil brush to “pounce” the paint on. My one tip that I learned over the years is less is more with stenciling. You want to have a very light amount of paint on the brush. If you use too much, no matter how good the stencil, it may bleed. You can always start light and go in and fill it in later. I did exactly that on these towels as there were a few missed spots in one of the pineapples as shown below:
I originally planned to leave these as is, but I felt they needed a little something. I went to my craft stash and found some trim to add to the bottoms and they went from cute to absolutely adorable just like that!
I liked the idea of having 3 different towels so I changed up both the stenciling arrangement and trim. Wouldn’t these make a nice housewarming gift? I could totally see these in a gift basket with the ceramic pineapple and maybe even a real pineapple for a Welcome Home gift!
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Check out all the other Pineapple tutorials here:
Craftivity Designs | Pineapple Tablescape and Printable Menu
The Vanderveen House | Pineapple Pillow Cover
Upright and Caffeinated | Stenciled Pineapple Milk Can Planter
Our Home Made Easy | Summer Pineapple Printable
Woodshop Diaries | DIY Carved Wooden Pineapple Spoon
Hey Lets Make Stuff | Pineapple Candy Pouch Card
Happiness is Homemade | DIY Pineapple Candle
Mahles Market | Free Pineapple Printables
Sustain My Craft Habit | DIY Pineapple Succulent Mason Jar Planter
Casa Watkins Living | Pineapple Inspired Wine Charms
Our Crafty Mom | Pineapple Flour Sack Tea Towels
Sense and Serendipity | DIY Driftwood Pineapple Welcome Sign
Not Just Paper and Paint | Pineapple Casserole Recipe
PMQ for Two | Pineapple Wine Charms
Wife in Progress Blog | Homemade Pineapple Sugar Scrub
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