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    Perhaps this might be of interest to some. . . . .
    I took some pics of some things I use in ink transfers, and the results.
    Top center: I cut the main scroll and leaf lines in a ring, on the left is the ink, on the right a piece of cardstock, and at the bottom a tape pull of the ink I rubbed into the ring.

    After I ink the original piece, I use the card to rub off the excess ink. I then apply clear packing tape, and burnish heavily, to lift the ink.

    Then I pull the ink with the tape,

    And place it on the next ring, and burnish lightly to transfer the ink,

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    After which I remove the tape, which may be used again.

    The finished ring, cut from an ink transfer:

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