Tropical Origami Pineapple


Tropical Origami Pineapple

Tropical Origami Pineapple
Tropical Origami Pineapple

If you love pineapple, make the origami version! The Tropical Origami Pineapple is an adorable paper folding project that is fun to make and fun to display. While traditionally made for Chinese New Year, this origami pineapple is still great to make any time of year.

Use it as a cute home decoration during the summer, for example. The step-by-step video tutorial makes this project super easy to follow for kids and adults alike. For a great new origami tutorial, be sure to check out this project.

Note From the Editor
This origami tutorial for the Tropical Origami Pineapple is incredible, isn't it? If you are looking for unexpected and exciting card making ideas, you could also make this into a fantastic 3D card for that beach-loving friend of yours. Make miniature versions for embellishments on your other paper crafts. Some other amazing ideas for this origami pineapple is to make a bunch and then hang them up with fishing line from the ceiling for a tropical-themed party. You could even add it to a tropical mobile for the party or a baby's room. If you want to get really festive, you could glue one of these pineapples to a headband and wear it as a fun hat during the party (the kids will love this idea).  Use it as a gift wrapping decoration by combining it on top of the gift with some ribbon, string, or bows. Along with card making ideas, there are some interesting ideas for using this amazing origami project. 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueOrigami

Type of Paper UsedOrigami Paper



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I love everything about this! I'm going to make a bunch of them and use them as party decorations in the summer.

This looks very interesting and I have always wanted to learn how to do origami but this looks so difficult and time consuming. I love the video and it does show how to do it step by step and explains it great but still confusing. Maybe need to start with something easier. I will let my grandson look at this and see if he can figure it out. Love the pineapple. Anyone figure this out first time?

So cute! This would make great party decor.

This seems really difficult, but the video was so mesmerizing!


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