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Disney Princesses ATC Round 1- Snow White

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 Disney Princesses ATC Round 1- Snow White
Swap Coordinator:BluePixie (contact)
Swap categories: Art  Artist Trading Card (ATC)  Card Making 
Number of people in swap:11
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Rating requirement:4.90 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:March 24, 2019
Date items must be sent by:April 2, 2019
Number of swap partners:1

This is the first swap of the Disney Princesses ATC swap I will be hosting. We will be going in order of the films release. That means starting with Snow White (1937) all the way through to the most recent Moana (2016). If you would Like to only partake in one or so of these swaps that is fine and welcomed! But I encourage everyone to try and do the whole set with me! I plan on doing a new entry to this swap every 2 to 3 weeks because there are so many princesses we can't do them in a 12 month timeframe. Note: we will only be doing OFFICIAL Disney princesses. So sorry to Tinkerbell and Esmerelda who I love dearly but you will be for another swap if this one is successful ;). All mediums are welcome, as well as all talent levels. Never rate someone lower just because you "didn't like it" or your card was "too good" for what you got back. be a Disney princess and lift each other up, don't tear each other down. Now that that has been said, No sticker slapping will be accepted. put work and effort into your cards. I will always angel if needed. Don't stress, have fun and be creative. it doesn't have to be the princess themselves, it could be something from their film or fairytale like the lyrics to there signature song or maybe their animal sidekick. Remember to have fun!


Bhindblueeyes 03/19/2019 #

@BluePixie I like the idea of this. I can see that you are new to hosting and just want to suggest setting some more parameters for your ATC swaps. Mainly, a rating requirement, especially for a type 3 swap. If you open this up to all with no guidelines, you may get a lot of joiners and feasibly a high number of flakers.

BluePixie 03/19/2019 #

@Bhindblueeyes Thank you for your input! I just want to make this available to newbies too. I remember being so disappointed and feeling left out when I count join swaps simply because I was "fresh meat". Do you have any suggestions on how to make tighter guidelines but still allow anyone who truly wants to join?

Disneydezi 03/19/2019 #

Hey @BluePixie I'm still a newbie as well (and huge Disney fan) just wanted to give you a heads up that these two links are CRAZY informative and helpful. If you look around the forums you can also find threads about red flags and known double profilers all things that will help make the swap safe and fun for everyone. It's sweet of you to offer to angel as well!

Thinking of hosting a swap? Things you should consider


Being a responsible swapper / host

I'm still lurking and gathering info before venturing into the hosting waters but kudos to you for giving it a go!

Cassieg 03/20/2019 #

How do we get our partners address ?

Bhindblueeyes 03/20/2019 #

In regards to @Disneydezi s comment about angeling being "sweet" . . . If you're hosting a swap, you should always ALWAYS be willing to angel. It's the responsible thing to do. If you aren't willing to or 'cannot' angel, you shouldn't be hosting that swap. Period. Angeling your own swap isn't sweet, it's proper host etiquette.

You can still allow newbies, but you should have some rating requirements. I never go lower than a 4.98, sometimes a 5.00 for big swaps. You should even look at how many type 3 swaps newbies have completed. Also, always check to make sure they have NO late swaps on their dash, etc., missing ratings, make sure they have a complete address (a full name), etc. There are lots of ways one should vet their swaps. As a host, your main priority should be keeping your swappers safe and not flaked on, not being all inclusive. I understand how frustrating it can be to be a newbie, but we've all been there. Take a look at @babybee78 - this is a prime example of why it's important to be proactive.

@Cassieg When the sign up deadline passes, the host will assign partners randomly.

BluePixie 03/20/2019 #

@cassieg When the swap date ends and partners are assigned it will be done attomaticly. You will get an email reminder if you’re signed up for this swap when this happens so no need to fret about remembering dates too religiously. To find the address though (I had trouble my first time) it will be on this page here in a box on the upper right side, just click “See the partners you send to” and their info should pop up. I suggest clicking through to their bio page too and readings about them and maybe making a friend in the process!

BluePixie 03/20/2019 #

@Bhindueeyes I agree that Angeling should be the standard for hosting. And I do plan on doing everything in my power to keep the flakers and fakers away with thorough profile and bio reviews. Thank you for the help you’ve provided!

BluePixie 03/20/2019 #

@Disneydezi Thank you so much for the links! They were very informative and fun to read! I’ve been wanting a swap like this for awhile and nobody has hosted one so I decided to do one myself.

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