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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?
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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.
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