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National Parks Pocket Letter

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Swap Coordinator:sleepingrover2010 (contact)
Swap categories: Challenges  Paper Crafts  Themed 
Number of people in swap:3
Location:International
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:June 1, 2021
Date items must be sent by:June 30, 2021
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

I’m sure there are swappers in Swap-bot World who have made a decision that they would like to see all the U.S. National Parks in a designated time period. I have been to a number of National Parks and those count towards my wish to see 1/2 of the National Parks in my designated time period. However, I also thought it would be FUN to visit some National Parks while relaxing in my recliner. As a Result, I thought it would be ENJOYABLE to create a 9-pocket Pocket Letter.

SO, IF YOU WANT TO GIVE TO ANOTHER SWAPPER, THE GIFT OF A “VIRTUAL” TRIP AND RECEIVE ONE IN RETURN.

THIS SWAP IS FOR YOU.

WHEN I DO A POCKET LETTER, I SEE MYSELF DOING 9 ARTIST TRADING CARDS.(2-1/2 x 3-1/2).
SO I WILL BE USING THE ACRONYM ATC THROUGHOUT THE DIRECTIONS.

I will share the DIRECTIONS for this swap below:

  1. Pick 9 U.S. National Parks you would like to visit.
    They can be National Parks you have visited and/or National Parks you haven’t visited yet.

  2. Cut cardboard and/or some other material that is sturdy into 9 rectangles the size of an ATC(2-1/2 x 3-1/2). One goes into each pocket of your Pocket Letter.

  3. The Directions that follow are the “heart” of this Swap. Please read the Directions.

      A.  Cover the front of each ATC with card stock and/or
           scrapbook paper of your choice.  On the back of each 
           ATC pocket there needs to be card stock and/or 
           scrapbook paper.  Whether you glue it to the back of the
           ATC is up to you.
    
    B.  BE CREATIVE!  The following needs to be 
         on each ATC you create.  
    
                 1.  Name of the National Park.
    
                 2.  Date the park became a National Park.
    
                 3.  A picture of the National Park.  BE 
                     CREATIVE about how you present 
                     the National Park.  Think about different
                     ways you can locate your pictures.        
    
                 4. Your last creative endeavor is to write a 
                      6-sentence paragraph about the National
                      Park.  Think carefully about the paper you
                      use. This paragraph goes in the back 
                      of  each pocket.
    
                 5. Your FINAL TASK to complete this 
                      National Park Pocket Letter, fill the 
                      back pocket with a few goodies. 
                      There all sorts of creative items you 
                      can put in the back of each pocket.  
                      You can use your Partner’s Profile
                      If you wish, but it’s not required.
    

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE MAKING THIS TO GIVE TO ANOTHER SWAPPER. REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE GIFTING THIS POCKET LETTER TO A FELLOW SWAPPER. THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU WANT TO RECEIVE, AND SEND THE SAME IN RETURN.

NOW HERE ARE THE NUTS AND BOLTS OF THE SWAP!

**You must have at least a 4.95 in a rating to participate.

**Quality is expected in your works.

**If you DON’T meet the requirements of the swap, you will be removed from the swap. I will review each participant and reserve the right to dismiss a participant from the swap.

**If you are going to be late in completing your swap, PLEASE CONTACT your swap partner and let them know. COMMUNICATION IS KEY!

**I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING A FABULOUS GROUP OF SWAPPERS PARTICIPATE IN THIS SWAP! LET’S MAKE THIS SWAP A GREAT SUCCESS!

SINCERELY,

BARB B.

Discussion

dakotadee 05/18/2021 #

I had to look up what is a pocket letter is. ATC's to fill one sheet of a baseball card holder. Easy and fun. :)

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