Sunday, April 8, 2012

Tutorial for Baby Carriage.

Hello. Her is the tutorial for the baby carriage. This is a basic tute and you can make it as large as you want..
Materials- 7 strips of CS 14cm x 2 1/2cm (5 1/2in x 1in )trimmed with a fancy punch..
                       1 strip 1 1/4cm by 9cm- for handle...
                       4 Circles, 7cm (2 6/8in) 
                       2 Scallop circles, 7 1/2 cm (3in)
                       4 circles,4cm(1 1/2in) for wheels
                       4 circles 2 1/2cm (1in)    "     "    
                       1 piece  CS 9cm x 12cm (5 1/2in x 2in) 


Cut 4 large and 2 scalloped circles in half.. glue or sew 2  semi- circles to the 2 1/2 semi-scallops..
Score the 9cm x12cm piece CS at 1 1/2 cm from both long sides and cut in at intervals..






Add glue to one of the semi-circles and attach 12 cm piece around. attach the other side of the strip to the other semi-circle with glue.
Then attach the 2 remaining semi-circle pieces to the inside of the base..
For the hood start at the end of the base and glue the strips on one by one. Trim the excess strip to fit(alternatively you can use a brad to attach) ..
Attach the 2 small circles to the large ones for the wheels and glue to the sides of the pram, or attach with brads..
Now attach the small strip for the handle and decorate with flowers and pearls..Loz  Have entered this in Make-it-Monday#84
The final photo is of a larger pram I made earlier....

27 comments:

  1. How cute is that and all the info of how to make it. Taking a peek here from the MIM blog

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  2. Loz I love this-- ever since I saw your carriage earlier I was figuring out how to make it-- you have made it so much simpler. Awesome girl!!!
    Saw your link on MIM too
    Cheers
    Sonia
    cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  3. ABSOLUTELY gorgeous baby carriage. I've seen lots, but this is hands down the cutest! :) Thank you so much for the tutorial and for linking up with us at Make It Monday. :)
    Have a great day!
    Lisa xx

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  4. WOW! Loz this is AMAZING! I love all of the details...thanks so much for the tutorial :)

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  5. Absolutely stunning!! Thanks for the tutorial.

    Saw your link on MIM

    Claire xxx

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  6. Adorable baby carriage! =)
    Thanks for the tutorial!
    Hugs, Elenor

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  7. Hi Loz

    Wow, thank you for this fantastic tutorial, the instructions are clear and the photos are detailed.

    I have featured this post on my Pink Paper Paradise facebook page.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :o)

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  8. Wow your Baby Carriage is Beautiful. Thanks for showing how to make it. Seen your Carriage at MIM.
    Kerry

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  9. Fantastic tutorial of such a gorgeous Baby Carriage, popped over from Make it Monday's facebook, take careX:)

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  10. This is stunning Loz what a super project and so pretty Hugs Elaine

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  11. superbe et trop mignon, merci pour le partage !

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  12. Wow - This is amazing! Great tutorial. Saw it on MIM.

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  13. Saw this at MIM and it's amazing! I have a baby shower coming up I'd like to try this for. Thanks!

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  14. Hey saw ur baby carriage at MIM and I simply loved it ...what an awesome creation ...
    And thank you soooo muuuuuch for the lovely tutorial U have so beautifully explained at MIM

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  15. saw this on MIM and had to pop over, it is beautiful x

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  16. Hi Loz,
    Spotted this on MIM
    This is super cute! :) x

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  17. I love your baby carriage Loz, it's just gorgeous and thank you so much for the fantastic tutorial!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  18. I REALLY want to make one of these for Deb. Her son and daughter in law are having their 1st baby in June!

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  19. WOW this is wonderful . Thanks for sharing

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  20. Loz we made a kiddy version of this at home for my daughters doll. My daughter so loved your pram and kept on referencing your blogpost while she made hers! Ours is a bit too clumsy looking to share on our blog right now but I just dropped in to tell you a big Thank You from both of us!

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  21. Wow, so amazing. Thanks for sharing. My friend will have her baby next month, will try this one out!

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  22. wow its stunning thank you for the
    tutorial

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  23. Loz made one inspired by you...here is the link:http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.in/2012/07/pram-shaped-box.html

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  24. So pretty! New follower to your blog.

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  25. This is fab. Found you from Dr Sonia S V. Lovely and clear tutorial thankyou.
    Hugs Mrs A.

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  26. I just found your site from Link at Dr. Sonia Cards, Crafts & kids projects. Thanks for the tutorial!!! I was disappointed you removed the photos of your projects. You are so talented and creative!!! I wanted to see some of your completed projects. Do you have them posted on another site?
    I joined your blog and look forward to your posts.

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