If you want paper thatâ€™s one color on one side and another color on the reverse, the simplest thing to do is to start with white paper and print a different ink on each side. Weâ€™ve done that, itâ€™s simple, it works well. But weâ€™re Field Notes; if thereâ€™s a more difficult, expensive, and awesome way to achieve the same result, we will find it. In this case, itâ€™s called duplexing. Using brute force and adhesives, you take two different colored papers and fuse them together so that they become one.