Friday, March 19, 2010

TGIF & Sketches 2S4Y

Thank goodness it's Friday!! Yay...  So, even though last night I didn't have a very good sleep, at least I feel better knowing it's Friday and after work I can just relax and do my thing. Actually, I consider Thursday, too as one of my favorite day. Not sure why. Maybe because of the anticipation of knowing the next day is last day of work for the week?? Or maybe because my favorite TV shows are on Thursday night?

I kind of leaning towrd this reason. LOL. It started since Friends was still airing on NBC. Love Friends!!Yep, Thursday would be the day I have my movie night. From Friends, to CSI, and now Gray's Anatomy.  And last night, I kind of get hook on Flash Forward. Never really watch it, but I was browsing and decided to give it a try and couldn''t get myself away from it. :)

Enough rambling about that. Let's move on. Did  this card for 2S4Y sketches challenges. I {heart} my Silhouette. Cut this beautiful flowers on white cardstock and then I just colored it with Copic. I know Silhoutte has some Hero Arts image, and I am pretty sure this one is one of them as Hero Arts has similar stamps.


This dies actually has more flowers to it, but I cut it apart as I want to do my card vertical and the extra flowers would be just too wide. Used chalks for the soft background and of course you know how I like my glitters. Those glitters really make the flowers popped, don't you think?

Time to go to work. 10 more hours to weekend!! LOL. Hope you have a great Friday and please leave a comment if you stop by here. I love reading your comments and get to know you all. Cheers..., Vera.

5 comments:

Lin said...

Vera, this is so beautiful!! Love everything you've done here, but especially the lovely colors you chose!

Kathy Martin said...

Sweet card! Those flowers are soooooo pretty! :)

Tiffany said...

Love the softness and delicacy of this card, so pretty!

Cheryl Nelson said...

Oh so beautiful!! I really love those flowers!

Kazan Clark said...

Very pretty :) I am like how you made the die work for the sketch :)

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