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31 Days of Halloween - Day 9

Happy Hump Day Everyone...
Ink Stained Roni here.
During the month of October is participating in a month-long blog hop with some amazing artists. Everyday you will find a new Halloween project on all of the blogs listed in the right hand column. Each project must have stamping on it, be it digi or ink. There are prizes to win, be sure to check out all the rules HERE and information on the daily scavenger hunt is posted there! You must go HERE to find the item/s you are looking for the scavenger hunt.
And here's my project for today...
An Inchie Art Canvas. 

I started off with an 8x10 canvas art board which I covered with various bits of Vintage Text paper. I then misted the canvas with Dylusions Spray Ink.

I then punched out several mini Halloween images from Altered Pages huge collection.
I also stamped a few bottle cap images (Inkadinkado) onto some scraps of Halloween paper I had in my stash.
After I inked the edges of each little inchie and the canvas, I arranged and glued the inchies to the board. I added a bit of black rhinestone to the corners and a little Dresden Trim Black Cat I had in my Halloween basket.
I hope you are inkspired to create your own Halloween Inchie Art!
Have a wonderful day ~
Ink Stained Roni


  1. Beautiful Roni. Great idea for the inchies

  2. ooo must try inches one day

    beautiful canvas!!!

  3. This really turned out cool, Roni! Love the vintage images. xxD

  4. YES!! I am totally inspired. The coloring, papers, and stamped images are fabulous on this. Love that wicked kat in the corner.

  5. Wonderful and amazing.
    I agree with Gail (ionabunny) - great use for inchies!

  6. I love the way this turned out. So creative. Wonderful, creative way to use inchies.

  7. That is one drop dead gorgeous inchie canvas creation Roni! I love it!

  8. Super cool use of those inchies! I love your process on the background too!

  9. Oh my gosh...this is wonderful. Love the mix of collage with stamped images. Great work!

  10. Roni, this is superb! I love how you use canvases to such great ends!

  11. what a neat the collection of images you used...gonna have to try this!

  12. Fab idea! Love all your inchies and that background is beautiful.

  13. Great college of images! Cute cat in the corner!

  14. Love your inches!!! I only recently learned what they are and this is a fab way to display!! Mo x

  15. WOW Love this, great canvas!!!! Lots of great images!!!!


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