It’s Tree Time Again

Trees aren’t just for Christmas anymore, but this is the time of year students like to come in and make ceramic trees to decorate their homes or to give as gifts. I wish that I knew how to add pictures to the page like I did with the old blog format.

Please check out our new Facebook page Carol’s Carousel Tree Farm to see some of the many trees we have available to make or to purchase.

New last year is the Jolly Tree which is a plain tree that can be painted in a variety of ways. It is a Mayco mold and there are patterns and directions on their web page.

New this year are three trees: the Funky Tree, the Faceted Tree, and a Tree Box. All are pieces that kids can do and the box would make a nice gift for friends and family.

We are trying to keep the smaller trees on the shelf but if you want a large tree you need to order it soon. We have a Nowell tree 16.5″, 19″ with one branch, or 22.5″ with two branches. We have a Snowman tree and a Penguin tree as well as a large Sierra Spruce Tree.

Open classes are Monday and Wednesday evenings 6-9 and Wednesday afternoon 12-3. Or you can make an appointment if these times don’t work with your schedule.

Carol’s Carousel Creations

Where having Fun is why we come!

About carolscarouselcreations

I am a retired math teacher. My jusband and I have been pouring, cleaning, firing, and painting ceramics since 1970 and have been teaching since 1972. We are both Duncan certified and members of IADCCT (International Association of Duncan Certified Caramic Teachers) and MVCT (Mahoning Valley Ceramic Teachers), a local chapter in North East Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. We have a home studio where we teach Technique Workshops and have Open Class time. We also have a party van which we take to local nursing homes. A new addition in 2020 is our online Facebook Live classes/demonstrations. We have two Etsy stores AfAfKidsNFriends for our African-American pieces and CarolsCarouselShoppe for our carousels. Find us on Facebook at CarolsCarouselCreations or send us an email to
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