Gretchen Mac is our guest designer today. Gretchen used the Slice to create this beautiful spring card and layout. To create the layout, she started by printing a photo for the top of her 8.5" x 11" page. She then built the rest of the layout around the photo.
Gretchen loves to use the Slice is to create 'journaling blocks.' This allows her to use whatever paper she wants instead of having to use what is on a sticker sheet. For this layout she used the Vintage Findings Design Card. She then used the shape to frame her title by adhering it with a dimensional adhesive. Journaling blocks can be used for more than just journaling. :)
She used the same technique for this card expect she frames her flower die-cut shape.
Layout supply list
Slice Design Cards: Vintage Findings and Basic Elements
Patterned paper: (ledger) Noteworthy Ava Ledger, (flower) Garden Party Flowers, (blue dotted) 5th Avenue Sophia Harlequin, (green) Passport Fragile
Chipboard alphabets/embellishment: 5th Avenue Chipboard Alpha Stickers
Alphabet stickers: Mini Simmer Alpha (Metro Silver), Tiny Alpha (Black on White)
Card supply list
Slice Design Card: Basic Elements (flower & scalloped block)
Patterned paper: (blue) Audrey Polka Dot Stripe, (flower) Garden Party Flowers, (green) Passport Fragile