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pineapple palm tree fruit display

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20 Responses to pineapple palm tree fruit display

  1. Krystal Selke says:

    Can you send the directions for the Pineapple Palm Fruit Display?

    That is beautiful – love it!!!


    • Theresa says:

      What supports the pineapples from tipping over while people are serving themselves, or the table is bumped. I can’t believe just cutting a flat spot on the bottom will support it securely. Thanks

  2. Charla says:

    I want to do this for my wedding next week. I love it!

  3. Emily says:

    Help! I want to make this but I am having trouble understanding the directions! What holds the pineapple up! If you hollow it out what do the skewers hold onto?

  4. crystal says:

    How do u keep the pinaple from falling over

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  6. judy duncan says:

    please send directions for pineapple fruit tree. thank you.

  7. Would you please send directions for pineapple palm tree

  8. Mike Flowers says:

    You can purchase the kit for making this display at

    • Kelly L. says:

      Yeah, but way too much money, Mike. If your a catering business, maybe not. But if you a regular Joe just wanting to make it one time, it’s too expensive!

  9. Theresa says:

    I understand the dowels keep the pineapples stacked, but I can’t believe putting fruit around the bottom and just citing a flat surface on the bottom of the pineapple will stop it from falling over especially if the table is bumped, or while people are serving themselves. What could be used for more support?


  10. Teresa says:

    I am going to make this next week. I am going to use a clean umbrella pole (only one 1/2) and FLAT base. The pole will be useful for coring the pineapple, and it wont fall over once insereted into the stand. I will put ice cubes into ziplock bags and cover with foil then saran wrap, and lay fruit on top of that.(Fruit doesnt last as long when in direct contact with foil.) Any other suggestions would be great!!

  11. Brian says:

    My wife and I made the actual tree pictured in this post. Not sure how it ended up here. This one was for a family friend’s 16th birthday party. The pineapples are held in place by a base that is constructed of a round flat wood base with a steel spike / post in the center. The pineapples are placed on the post and the fruit around the base of the tree is actually sitting on the wood base. I’ve posted a link to my Facebook page showing up assembling one.

    Post to my page if you want more information.

    v/r Brian

  12. John says:

    We are using a marble paper towel holder we already own to put the base of the tree on for support. We were going to buy a wood circular base and attach a wood dowel until we thought of the paper towel holder.

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