|Handmade Paper Crafts Postcards
|Number of people in swap:
|Regional - USA
|Type 2: Flat mail
|Last day to signup/drop:
|December 7, 2023
|Date items must be sent by:
|December 11, 2023
|Number of swap partners:
Hello! Thanks for viewing this swap! If you like to re-use cards you’ve received & like postcards, then this swap is for you!
Simply take one of your previously received Christmas cards, cut off the front, add the correct postage, add the title of the swap and your swapbot moniker, a message and send this PC to your partner.
You will have two partners - send one card to two partners.
THEME FOR THIS CARD IS: Birds
Please keep in mind the following things: 1- if your previously received Christmas card has writing on it, you may need to add cardstock to the back before adding swap details and your note. 2-be mindful of the size of your PC - the smallest is 3.5” by 5” and the largest is 6” by 9” - please check with your local post office with any sizing questions. You may also need to use a regular postage stamp. 3-some cards may be too thin once you remove the front, so you may need to add cardstock to thicken it to cardstock thickness. 4-pc image is senders choice but please be respectful of your partner.
As host, I will review each profile and ratings. I reserve the right to ban for any reason but high 3s and 1s or recent 3s and 1s may be cause. I want our swapping experience to be stress free and enjoyable so please understand if you are banned.
Ratings info: NO SILENT RATINGS - this means don’t just do your rating and no text, add something about the swap you received since your partner put effort into sending this PC to you. Also, rate upon receiving - don’t let your received swaps stack up, if you are getting behind you may want to scale back as this makes for unnecessary needs of follow up questions that could have been avoided if you had just rated right away.
I will angel if necessary but please be a good partner and send a PC you’d like to receive, use correct postage and ample thickness so it doesn’t get lost in the machine.
NOTE: The picture above is from Pinterest.
Special thanks to @mariewilliams810 for giving me permission to host these types of swaps.
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