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If It's Over 70 Degrees Where You Live, You Should Have This On Your Front Porch

When you're in New England -- or any place that boasts picturesque apple orchards, vibrant changing leaves and chunky cable knit sweaters -- carving pumpkins is an annual ritual. Colonial houses look bare if not adorned with a few jack-o-lanterns and...
  • i pin

    Pineapple Jack o Lantern! Or for a Tiki party? Bet it would smell awesome!

  • Debbie Grisdale

    Pineapple Jack o Lantern, Wow! Fun for a summer party!

  • Donna Davies Timothyrealestategroup

    Pineapple Jack o Lantern- LOVE THIS!! Great idea since Pineapples are easier to find in Puerto Vallarta than a Pumpkin!

  • Chila Fabian

    Pineapple jack-o-lantern #fall #halloween #jackolantern

  • Mélusine Alenvers

    DIY Lantern out of a pineapple for Halloween #fun #pumpkin | Une lanterne dans un ananas pour Halloween !

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Jack o Lantern - The practice of decorating “jack-o’-lanterns”—the name comes from an Irish folktale about a man named Stingy Jack—originated in Ireland, where large turnips and potatoes served as an early canvas. Irish immigrants brought the tradition to America, home of the pumpkin, and it became an integral part of Halloween festivities