56 responses to “DIY Pineapple Costume”

  1. yesssss! i love it, kelly! hey, i think if anyone could pull off being a pineapple every day, YOU could! xoxo

  2. Another awesome idea!! Love this–you look so cute and should definitely wear a pineapple topper every day!

  3. awesome! and lyndsay is right – you could!

  4. I love this! The dress is adorable on it’s own, and when you add the headpiece it turns into an amazing costume! So clever.

  5. LOVE this. So cute and easy. Totally has a retro feel too!!

  6. Um this is fantastic! Truly!

  7. You are too much! Briliant!

  8. Very impressive headpiece. Amazed that you got it to stand upright. that’s always the tricky part.

  9. Fantastic! Is very funny.
    Have a nice day!


  10. Super adorable! Love the dress; what a fun costume!

  11. I made it! I did this costume last night! Thank you so much!!!!! I got so many compliments, you are a true talent!!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!!!!

  12. So simple yet amazing – made me smile so much… love your site..

  13. You look hilarious! Great costume. You made me laugh, thank you!

  14. didn’t know that an ananas could be that chic.

    I linked to your tutorial on my blog – thanks for sharing!

    ♥, doro von Hand zu Hand

  15. You have never failed me! So cute.. great job once again.

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  21. niiice!!


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  29. This is great! I don’t want to try to make it. I want it to be perfect. Can I purchase this from you?

  30. I just want to say thanks for such an amazing idea! I made my pineapple headress out of foam craft sheets instead (it’s been super rainy here) and wore it to Disney’s Halloween party last night. It was a hit!! :)

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  38. […] got the idea from this site. Full disclosure: I wasn’t able to get the top to stay upright. For the picture, I taped a […]

  39. […] in handy someday. I’m not the craftiest of them all, but my husband helped and we knocked this headpiece out in an hour or so. I had to secure it with several bobby pins, as well as duck through […]

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  46. Going as this for halloween — can’t wait for tomorrow!!! Thanks for being awesome!

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  49. This is adorable!! What a fantastic idea–a job well done! (Found you today via Smitten Studio)

  50. I was this for Halloween and got so many compliments! Everyone thought it was such a cute costume ( Although I was called a banana, corn and a palm tree…) Thanks for this super cute diy and I recommend as a Halloween costume!! :)

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