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Rocks Postcard

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Swap Coordinator:lindall (contact)
Swap categories: Themed  Nature  Postcards 
Number of people in swap:14
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:August 7, 2011
Date items must be sent by:August 14, 2011
Number of swap partners:2

Big rocks, little rocks, rare rocks, magic rocks...

I like rocks and rock formations (and postcards) and I know there are others out there with the same interests. Let's share some of our cool rock postcards with other like minded folks. And even if you're not a rock hound and you want to expand your PC collection, feel free to join this swap. We're not an exclusive club. As a matter of fact, most of us rock lovers would love to share our interest with anyone who will listen!

Open to Newbies but I'll check profiles and ratings of all participants before assigning partners. No recent 1s or 3s.

You'll have 2 partners and send one postcard (naked only, please) to each one. Tell your partner a little about why you chose the PC you send.

Have fun and happy hunting!


naturenerd3 07/11/2011 #

Do cut gemstones count as rocks?

lindall 07/17/2011 #

Gemstones??? Of course!

vhui 07/29/2011 #

how about gemstones that present in a form of artpiece? like ruby tree or pearl with fish shape, does it count?

lindall 07/30/2011 #


pandakitty 08/ 5/2011 #

Can these be handmade postcards. I love going panning.

lindall 08/ 5/2011 #

@Pandakitty - as long as you do a nice job, handmade is okay.

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