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Old 08-23-2017, 06:52 AM   #2
Steve Rindsberg
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I can imagine doing this for a very small run of cards. Like one, maybe two. ;-)

I'd imagine you'll need to make the stencil out of a thin, slightly adhesive material so that you won't get seepage underneath the edges. For just a few, a masking material like Rubylith would be perfect. If they still make/sell the stuff. I'd imagine anyplace that sells airbrush supplies would have alternatives. If they still sell airbrush supplies.

Dick Blick maybe?

   
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