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DIY Painted Geometric Pineapple Wood Sign

Create a chic focal point in your space with a DIY painted geometric pineapple wood sign. Turn a thrift store cutting board into a whimsy pineapple painting! See more of my fun tropical projects on my Boho Tropical page.

DIY Painted Geometric Pineapple

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It’s time to get ready to refresh your space for Spring! See how I painted a Geometric Pineapple from a thrifted cutting board!

This isn’t just any pineapple, I found this super cute cutting board at my favorite thrift store and I’ve been holding onto it for just the right upcycle.

In my search for what to do with this fun fruit-shaped board. I saw pineapple painting in framed wall art, decorative pieces, fabric, and well, on just about everything lately.

I knew I wanted to paint the wood pineapple and/or make it into a chalkboard. That is until I saw geometric pineapple prints! That was the ah-ha moment when I knew just what my pineapple craft was meant to be!

So I know what you are thinking, I would love to make one of these but, how am I supposed to find a pineapple cutting board? Well, guess what? There are tons online you can pick one from the link in the below supply list and paint your own!

Let me show you how easy it is to do!

DIY Painted Geometric Pineapple



Turn a cutting board into wall art Geo Pineapple

Start with a plain pineapple-shaped cutting board or pineapple wood cutout.

Free Triangle guide for geometric pattern

Download and print out the triangle guide page provided in the supply list above.

Use the guide to cut out a triangle out of the cardboard.

This will be your guide to drawing the pattern on the cutting board. You will notice the L on one side of the triangle, this is the long side of the triangle.

Take notice and draw the L on the cardboard triangle for future reference.

Draw a geometric pattern on wood

Using a ruler, draw a line down the center of the pineapple.

Use a guide to draw geo pattern

Place your cardboard triangle at the bottom of the wood pineapple and draw the outline of a triangle with a pencil.

Flip the triangle over and draw the next triangle repeat for the rest of the pineapple.

Use a ruler to check pattern

When you are finished, use the ruler and go over all the lines you drew and make sure they are straight.

Now to paint, start with the dark teal and hand paint three random triangles.

Repeat with all of the colors.

TIP: I mixed a couple of colors with the white acrylic paint to make them lighter to add more interest to the color scheme.

Note: If you are not great at hand painting the triangles You can always tape off each triangle with painter’s tape to get clean lines. Make sure each color is completely dry before covering the next one with painter’s tape or you could cause the paint to be removed when you remove the tape.

Touch up lines as you go, let it dry and that’s it!

I can’t tell you how much I love this super cool wall art! This bright and colorful pineapple is perfect for the spring refresh in my home!

 Painted Geometric Pineapple Wall Art

Like what you see I’d love it if you would share it!

Love it? Pin it! 

DIY Painted Geometric Pineapple Wood Sign Craft


  1. Tara Kuckkan says:

    I just made one for a preteen girl who wants to decorate her bedroom in a pineapple motif. But I also screwed hooks into the wood so she can hang her jewelry on it – added a little function to the fun! Thanks for the great idea!

  2. ‘Tis a thing of beauty! I love your funky colourful geometric pineapple.

  3. Pat Schwab says:

    Hi Kim, I recently saw your pineapple on a blog ( can’t remember which one) round-up of pineapple decor. Pat S

    1. Thanks Pat, I haven’t seen it in a round up. Anyway Thank you!

      1. Pat Schwab says:

        Kim, It was driving me crazy but I found the round up with your pineapple.

        1. Thanks so much Pat. Than was a good roundup, I pinned it! Enjoy your Sunday.

  4. What a super fun way to bring in some color! Loving all the fun ideas from the spring blog hop!

  5. Love love it Kim, and would be so happy if you dropped by Craft Schooling Sunday and shared it at my fun linky party full of great crafts from around the world every week. Hope to see you there!

  6. Pat Schwab says:

    Kim, The pineapple is a winner! I am glad you shared a link because not everyone will find one at the Goodwill but if I ever do I will snag it for this project. A lot of cute and creative ideas on the hop. The potty planter cracked me up but it sure looks cute.

  7. This is such a fun and cheery piece! So creative Love it! and you can use it all year
    Visiting from the Spring hop

  8. That’s fabulous! I love all the colors you used for that yummy pineapple!

  9. I LOVE the style of this! It’s making my eyes smile. It’s so modern and clean. Really, it’s making me think I could make any old thing look cool if I just followed your painting pattern as an example!

    Visiting as a fellow #DIYmySpring – er!

  10. This is just so cheerful! I can’t help but smile when I see it :) Beautiful job, Kim!

  11. What a fun shot of whimsy! I love all the colors and it takes me back to sweet memories of the Hawaiian vacations my husband and I have shared. A great way to welcome Spring! ;)

  12. HI Kim – I’m totally crushing on your pineapple! I’m allergic to them but absolutely love them so this is definitely one I can love! Visiting as a fellow contributor to #DIYMySpring. Hope your week is full of sunshine! Hugs, Holly

  13. What a beautiful, happy, fun pineapple! I love it!

    1. Than you Kelli! So bright & fun for spring!

  14. Love pineapples love this pinning to my pineapple board.c

    1. Thank you Claire! Glad you liked it!

    1. Thank you Randi, I have been holding onto it for awhile for just the right project. The spring colors did the trick.

    1. Thank you Lucy, I love how it came out too, because sometimes ya never know if it will make to the trash, lol. So bright and fun in my dining room. Thanks for stopping by. :)

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