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Zooballoo Cartridge Challenge

Guest Designer Normea Banner brings us another project. This one from the Zooballoo cartridge. I had NO idea it was this cute. Another MUST HAVE.

Normea says:  I made a 5.75 by 5.25 card from the Cricut Zooballoo cartridge. The card was pretty simple & I like how it all came together. Again, I changed the colors from what they used in the handbook, but I think the purple & green design is so cute! I also chose to use a "5" instead of a "4" (most of the kiddies I know are approaching 5, so I'll be able to use this card in the next few months for a birthday). The instructions tell you to cut the frame in, both, black & white and then mix and match the pieces for the effect shown - I chose to cut the frame in white & cut the shadow of the frame in black to give me some overlap to help me assemble the frame better. I really enjoyed tracing around the diecuts. I had never thought to do that & was a little apprehensive about doing it on this card, but I ended up loving the effect on the card.

Please be sure to visit Normea at her blog:  MM Dezigns

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  1. Love it!! I just got Zooballoo and think the animals are adorable. Great job on the card- I think I want to make this now.

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