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« on: May 14, 2009 05:19:12 PM »

I posted this in the pet forum but thought I'd try here, too.

I want to make a scrapbook for my dog, and would like to include an ink-print of her paw.  I don't want her to have any contact with ink that may be toxic, though, so the consensus seems to be that the safest inkpad to use would be a child-safe inkpad.  My question is, does anyone have experience with child-safe inkpads, and does the ink hold up over time?  If not, is there another puppy-safe alternative I could use that holds up well?

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2009 07:18:06 PM »

I haven't had any problems with child safe ink fading in the past 5 years.  The pads do seem to grow mold sometimes for some reason.  And they are not washable no matter what the label says. Thats all the help I can offer.

You can try paint instead of ink too.
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