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There was a time in the early 1900s, beginning with Dole's Hawaiian Pineapple Company, that Hawaii was a top producer of pineapple in the world. The market loved commercially produced and canned Hawaiian-grown pineapples. And even though exporters decided it was cheaper to produce pineapples elsewhere since the 1980s, many still consider pineapple synonymous with Hawaii. This stamp image of a pineapple plant can be a welcoming addition to any project.

This natural rubber stamp is mounted onto a sustainable maple wood handle.

Approximate image size: 2.5" x 2"


Sample cards pictured also use the New HibiscusLarge Pine/PapayaMedium Monstera and Small Laua'e stamps.