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Nice to Newbies: Sticker Slapped PC - US Only

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Swap Coordinator:OrigamiGrace (contact)
Swap categories: Newbie  Postcards  Stickers 
Number of people in swap:16
Location:Regional - US only
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Rating requirement:4.99 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:April 30, 2020
Date items must be sent by:May 11, 2020
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

Time to use up those random stickers that live in the bottom of your craft bin. Here's to the opposite of all those crafty swaps - yes to sticker slapping!

1 partner, 1 postcard - the front of which has been entirely covered by stickers you have slapped on there. The pc can be made from scratch or a storebought one/freebie pc you have or are re-using.

Swap Requirements:

  • 1 postcard, at least 4x6 inches and sturdy
  • The front must be entirely covered in stickers, at least 15 different stickers - any stickers will do.
  • The back must include a short note to your partner and of course, include your SB name and this swap name to get rated.
  • Please use a regular first class stamp and mail this naked through USPS (i.e., NOT in an envelope)

NOTE: If you are re-using a pc, please glue/paste/use a sticker to cover up the old text and have space to write a new note!

Swapper Requirements:

Swap Requirements:

  • US Swappers only
  • Rated swappers of 4.98+ on 10+ type 2 or 3 swaps
  • Unrated swappers with fully filled out profiles
  • No questionable swappers, no recent 1s or 3s
  • No mention in any flakers groups
  • No late swaps on dash
  • Must have logged into SB within 1 day of signup date or you will be removed
  • Understands that the Send By date is a requirement not a suggestion
  • I will angel any flakers once and only once a 1 rating has been given.

I will review and remove swappers up thru sign up date and will remove anyone who may be a problem swapper.

Questions? PM me!

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Discussion

Swan 04/23/2020 #

Why a First Class stamp? Do you think it will be too thick for Postcard postage?

OrigamiGrace 04/24/2020 #

That's what I'm thinking and I'd rather be safe than sorry and have a pc get lost or be unable to RTS

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