Find carving pumpkins a little too tiresome? Worry not, now you can carve pineapples or better, buy them in stores.
Halloween is only 56 days away and we officially cannot keep calm! Pumpkin carving season is finally upon us and we can't wait to go out there and get ourselves some good juicy pumpkins.
But, in case you are one of those who don't like dirtying their hands and carve pumpkins themselves or, you are part of the 'pumpkin carving is so cliche' squad, you can now go ahead and get yourself ready-made pineapple jack-o-lantern.
To spice things up this Halloween, people are now experimenting with carving and decor and making Jack-O-Lanterns out of pineapples instead of traditional orange pumpkins, how cool is that?! Get your tropical game up this year and decorate your yard with carved pineapples for trick o' treaters this Halloween! Or, if you feel that carving pineapples will be a really tiring task, you can get equally cute ready-made ones which light up.
Made of ceramic, HomeGoods is now selling cute AF carved pineapples and they only cost $10, as reported by PopSugar. They are about 11 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
The trendy jack-o-lanterns are battery operated and can light up in the dark, looking like an actual carved out pineapple and we are in love with the idea. Find a store near you and buy yourself one!
But just FYI, carving real pineapples isn't that hard either. In fact, it is much better than carving a pumpkin. While you are carving, you can treat yourself to some delish fresh pineapple! With pumpkins, it just goes to waste, most of the time. 'Wow' your guests and get your pineapple Jack o' Lanterns out! Check out some ideas below for carving inspiration!
2019 is the year of pineapples tbh. The fruit is not only taking up Halloween but also affecting Christmas. A new trend has people decorating pineapples as Christmas trees and it is the cutest thing ever.
Tiny pineapple Christmas trees are easy to decorate and even more convenient when it comes to taking care of them in general. How do they look? You can check some of them out below:
Our Christmas tree has a pink pineapple instead of an angel. Beat that, winning at Christmas pic.twitter.com/zpghTU6J0T— Katie (@katietweets26) December 1, 2013