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edie3 10-28-2013 04:36 PM

What is the best way to ink a 5 x 7 card?
 
I want to ink all over a card. What is the best way to get a good look to this? The ink I am using is in those little squares, if that makes a difference.

Illinois Marge 10-28-2013 05:35 PM

Do you mean solid coverage? If so I would suggest a brayer.

Sheena74 10-29-2013 03:27 AM

Solid color, have some fun and play with Gelatos...

edie3 10-29-2013 02:59 PM

Maybe I can explain better what I need. I am making a chipboard calendar. The fronts are covered with PP, and I decided to cover the backs in white card stock. I tried my best to keep the white side clean, but of course that did not work. I had inked the edges of the finished side, and thought if I inked all the back, it would cover up my mess. Does that make more sense?

329shana 10-29-2013 07:29 PM

Can you just cover it up with some colored cardstock? Or more patterned paper? That might be easier than inking the whole thing with the little spots.

edie3 10-30-2013 03:56 PM

I went with the white card stock in order to give it some continuity. I would like the backs to be similiar, and that is why I chose one color, white.
Oh, dear, I always get myself in these pickles!

lesliespringer 10-30-2013 04:20 PM

You might run out of ink using the little squares for your ink source. If you really want to use ink and not pattern paper, I would go out and buy a bigger ink pad at a local stamp store or hobby store and some sponges or finger daubers.

Then use the sponges or daubers to apply ink to the the card stock.

edie3 10-30-2013 05:07 PM

I think I am just going to stipple them. Thanks for the help!


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