HELP, where to leave area blank for translation?

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I've spent the afternoon creating my own fun, age-appropriate stationery to write to my child. Everything I've read suggests leaving half the page blank for translation . . . is it also possible to leave the back of the stationary blank? Because of the full-color templates I've created, it can be hard to write with ink (i.e. the translation) on the templates themselves (I'm typing my letters).
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Yay! Thank you for writing to your child. S/he will be so encouraged by your letters and they will be soo happy!

As for translation, you can leave the back blank or half of the front. I like to write "TRANSLATION:" before the blank space that I left for translation. If the translators don't have enough room, they will use another sheet of paper.

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