Sep 20, 2015

Pineapple Packaging


Sweet and simple.

I've always loved pineapples.  Food, stationery, home decor, it's all good. Named after the pine cone because of the spikes and cone shape, they are a symbol of hospitality and in some instances, wealth.

I first noticed them as a colonial symbol when visiting Williamsburg, Virginia.  They are everywhere -- linens, soaps, dishes, etc.  But what really blew me away were decorations like this at Christmas (source BHG).


The whole area is lit up and decorated beautifully.  I was stunned to learn that the decorations were made from real fruit!  If you ever have the chance to visit Williamsburg at Christmastime, you'll discover a gem.

Supplies:
MOOD WHEN DONE = Welcoming

4 comments:

  1. I'm a huge fan of pineapples...didn't know that about Williamsburg. Your color combo is awesome! Love your packaging/tag.

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  2. The decor is beautiful and so is your packaging and tag. This sure is The Land of Plenty.

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  3. Just beautiful, Joan! I love using the pineapple here as a sign of welcome. There is a pineapple sign hanging near our door. Colonial Williamsburg at Christmastime is near the top of my travel dreams!! ♡

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