Hello, there! Sorry for the late post. I was out, 'cause yesterday (July 20th) was national holiday in Japan.
I made a notebook cover on Sunday for joining the 2Peas' Thinking Inking Class Week 5 by Jennifer McGuire, and for the Hero Arts 'website' challenge(July 13th - 19th).
こんばんは。日本の皆様 - 特にお友達- は呆れているかと思いますが・・・。家事や仕事も忙しいのですが、遊んでいます、夜中に・・・（笑）。米国とは、かなりの時差がある事と、日常のするべき事が終わると午後11時をまわってしまうのですねぇ・・。
The both had awesome entries! Check them up? I sure think there are a lot of things to learn.
Here are the direct links:
2Peas Thinking Inking Class Week 5
HA website challenge
Well, this is my notebook, 'Inspire'
Many Enhance your projects with a bit of flair! by Shari Carroll .
I've been adoring the design at the bottom most.
So I tried to make like that image to use a piece of Tim Holtz fragment using Rubs-on resisting technique that I learned from Jennifer's Thinking Inking class week5 part 3 at 2Peas.
After my image was finished, I decided to make it for my notebook cover.
This is a closeup photo around a oval fragment.
part 2 video, and tapping ink applicator on a purple color HA button and colored on paper flowers in part 3.
And I also colored a ribbon with silver and pearl alcohol inks. This was my first attempt to resisit by rub-on. It was so much fun!
HA SE: Artistic Windows / S5041 (The manuscript stamp on a paper flower.)
HA Clear design Friends / CL351
(I use only the word 'inspire' from the sentiment 'You inspire me')
Bazzill Basics Cardstock, Basic Grey & DCWV glossy pp
Ink & embossing powder:
Tsukineko VersaFine / Onyx Black
Ranger Alcohol Ink / Gold, Copper, Pearl, Silver, Stonewash, Slate, Denim,
Ranger Distress Ink / Antique Linen
HA button, Basic Grey rub-ons, ribbon, thread, Prima paper flower, Quickutz chipboard, Spellbinders Nestability die
Thanks for looking! :)