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FROG Postcard Swap

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  FROG Postcard Swap
Swap Coordinator:rhinoluvr (contact)
Swap categories: Postcards 
Number of people in swap:20
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.90 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:September 14, 2011
Date items must be sent by:September 19, 2011
Number of swap partners:1

Super easy swap.....newbies are encouraged to sign up!

I've been inspired by all the rain we've been getting in the Mid-Atlantic area. This swap is going to be a postcard featuring a FROG. The postcard may be a photograph, or drawing of a FROG, anarmy of FROGs, or a FROG with another animal or person. And before you ask, yes, I guess a toad will do as well.

Everyone will have ONE partner and you can send a homemade card or a store bought card. Please send the postcard NAKED, meaning not in an envelope, stamped, with a message of some sort on the back.

Please do not join if you plan to advertise a business in the ratings or on the postcard itself. This swap is purely for fun, not for promotion. Thank you for understanding.

Newbies are welcome & encouraged to join, but no flakers! No recent unexplained 1's or 3's or no-sends, I will be checking profiles. I will also angel if necessary.



riftvegan 09/10/2011 #

I love frogs! and I love "super easy"! :)

lyla72 09/11/2011 #

As a newbie, I am going to ask a stupid question, because I cannot find the answer browsing the site. Please be patient with me!!! How do we know who to send something to? Will I be allocated a swap partner or do I choose one? If so, is it guarunteed that someone will send something to me..? looking forward to understanding, Isobel

susieq11 09/13/2011 #

@lyla72 - look in the FAQs for this and a lot of swap info. Once this swap is assigned partners by the host (after Sept 14), you will see your partner and the one who sends to you - it will be in the yellow box in the top right of this swap page. It will tell you the partner's name & address. Hope that helps.

flowerlady57 09/14/2011 #

this is a silly question but what size should the post card be?

rhinoluvr 09/15/2011 #

You can send the standard size, 4 x 6, or a smaller one, like a vintage one. Or you could send a larger one, though I think the panoramic ones may cost additional postage. If you send a larger one, like if you're making one, be sure to take it by the post office to be sure you have the correct amount of postage on it. You wouldn't want to be rated down my your partner if it came postage due. Let me know if that covers your question. It's not a silly one at all. ;)

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