InkDoodle Canvas Review

I love art work. I adore art work that I actually had a hand in. Noooo I didn’t do the printing or the stretching or anything complicated like that. No, I did the easy thing I pushed the button on the camera. So technically I had a finger in the work.

I am obsessed with InkDoodle!! How many times have you heard that phrase here on Peanut Butter and Whine? But, I am totally obsessed with InkDoodle!  They do so many things! Like canvas prints. The site is awesome and super easy to use. The canvas size selection means I can create the perfect canvas for any wall in my home.

I can order my canvas to be on wood stretcher or without. Inkdoodle even offers photograph touch up if needed. Love the photograph you have but wish it were in black and white or even sephia? Inkdoodle to the rescue!

Then there are the sides. Do you want the edges finished or will you be framing your canvas? I chose to have the photograph on the sides. I have a mix of framed and not framed canvas prints in my home. This particular picture is so interesting I wanted the sides to be a continuation of the photo.

So, the photo.  I (again!) am obsessed with rock art. As in rock balancing. There are some very talented individuals out there with patience of saints!! They can stack rocks to form a natural piece of art. Me? Nooo I do try though. However, I stop every single time I see these wonders and photograph them. Yosemite had some amazing rock balancing pieces. Same with the beaches in Hawaii. Here in California too. I will never tire of photographing these pieces of art.  Now I can sit on my couch and smile because I can see this particular group by just looking up.  I am thoroughly and totally in love with this canvas!! Inkdoodle has out done themselves again!! (There was even a saw-tooth hanger on the back of the canvas making the picture ready to hang immediately!)

Photo to canvas

Photo to canvas

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Not a single one! This is a beautiful canvas and I am completely impressed with the quality and the workmanship! From canvases to yoga mats, photos onto slate, photo puzzles and everything in between. This is a great site!



  • Kate Sarsfield

    There’s something so peaceful about them, isn’t there? I remember going to a Japanese garden and just losing my sense of time & place in the Zen garden.

  • Tamra Phelps

    That does look pretty neat. I can think of several people that this would make a great gift for–or i could just get something to hang on my own bare walls.

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