|Swap Coordinator:||splendorpursuit (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Crafts Paper Crafts Seasonal|
|Number of people in swap:||7|
|Location:||Regional - USA|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||November 26, 2018|
|Date items must be sent by:||December 15, 2018|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
Hello my Swap Elves! Breadzim and I are currently tag flip-crazed and thought it would be fun to have a holiday/winter tag flip swap. So get out all of your holiday and winter cheer and go crazy with us!
That doesn’t sound awesome enough? Well, consider that these tags can individually be reused for gift giving! What? Adorable AND recyclable? It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
Must have a 5 rating and no recent 1’s or 3’s. Must have done at least 20 type 3 swaps. Well filled-out profile (we should need to scroll, yo). We have the right to reserve banning anyone from the swap. Also, USA only: we gotta save our $ for gifts this time of year and type 3’s can get expensive to ship locally.
Theme is versatile. Want to make a tag flip for your Jewish partner? Awesome! Just make sure to tell me where you got your Hanukkah cardstock/ephemera, because I’m totally jealous. Would you like to send your Christmas-obsessed recipient a Santa On The Beach tag flip? No problemo. Just make sure it is easily debatable under the winter/holiday theme and you’re golden.
HOW TO STUFF
PHEW! That’s a lot of instruction. But if you flip through some YouTube tag flip videos it should be fairly easy to accomplish the above. Take a look at the video below for an example (though I think her tags are only one sided. Pretend they’re double sided embellished.)
Link to a tag flip made last year is below. I tried to make this clickable to no avail; copy and paste, folks:
Also including a YT video tutorial from our very own Sarah (PaperLovely). It’s not holiday or winter themed, but she does SUCH a great job with it that I thought I’d share. All of her work is wonderful, actually, so peruse her channel when you have a moment:
PM me or Breadzim with questions or concerns (I might not see comments below in the timeframe that you need).
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