Carousel Swings

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This Carousel Swings project tries to cap­ture the bygone days of child­hood when there was antic­i­pa­tion for county fair and car­ni­val rides such as this one.  The octagonal base of this project has pull-out drawers, making it functional.  I used chipboard and thick poster board to construct it and then covered it with papers from Paris Flea Market and Pion Design Palette.  The thicker Pion Design Palette papers provide great support and strength to projects and can be used instead of card stock.  It works great for die-cutting and embossing.
I’m enclosing downloadable templates along with instructions on how to make this fun project.  Be sure to scale all the templates to 100% when printing.  It requires quite a bit of time to make, but the results are well worth the time and effort as it is a keepsake that is certain to be treasured!

Carousel Swings Instructions
Carousel Swings Piece #1

Carousel Swings Piece #2
Carousel Swings Piece #3
Carousel Swings Piece #4
Carousel Swings Piece #5
Carousel Swings Piece #6
Carousel Swings Piece #7
Carousel Swings Piece #8

Tara

Pion products:

Pink Carousel Swings:
Pion Design Palette – Pion pink IV PD6118
Pion Design Palette- Pion white II – PD 6101
Paris Flea Market – Rose du jardin – PD5703F
Paris Flea Market – Pink fabric – PD5704F
Paris Flea Market – By the Eiffel Tower – PD5701B
Paris Flea Market – Pink lace PD5707B

Blue Carousel Swings:
Pion Design Palette – Pion blue II – PD6110
Pion Design Palette – Pion white II – PD6101
Paris Flea Market – Blue lace – PD5708B
Paris Flea Market – Blue fabric – PD5705B

  • Oh my goodness Tara, you´ve just done it again!! It is just sooooo awesome and very very beautiful as everything you ever do. I´m totally in love with this.
    And thanks so very much for sharing the patterns and instructions for it too, you are alaways such a sweet heart and sooo generous with your stunning creations. I absolutely LOVE this one.ReplyCancel

  • De vraies petites merveilles, bravo.ReplyCancel

  • This is a wow creation Tara. Beautiful details (as always).ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn Hokkanen-Hawkins

    Oh how lovely…so creative and clever!! Tara, you really showed us some pretty, today!
    I love both of these! Thank you for the instructions/patterns!!
    You really did good on this!ReplyCancel

  • barb macaskill

    This is magical!!! I am totally in love with it and am planning to make one for me grandnephew who will be here in November. Can’t wait to meet him once he joins the world and this is going to be a lovely piece to give to his parents and sister to welcome him to the family!! THANK you so much for the templates and amazing tutorial!! I will post pictures once it is completed!!! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!ReplyCancel

  • Finnes ingen ord for å beskrive noe så vakkert <3 Helt stum av beundring 😍 ❤ReplyCancel

  • ONE WORD ONY AMAZINGReplyCancel

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