Chipboard back, white front

I’m working on a business card project where the client wants a chipboard back and a white front. It’s a two-sided design. I’m assuming the best way to do this is to print on white stock and print on the chipboard, then glue them together.

Anyone have tips for how to do this in a way that’s not messy and will keep the edges smooth?

Also, can anyone recommend a good place to buy chipboard?

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You can purchase the two together, no need to laminate or glue.

Limited Papers has Chipboard/White. See link.

Casey McGarr
Jonesboro, AR

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