|Swap Coordinator:||charophyta (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Random Items|
|Number of people in swap:||18|
|Location:||Regional - USA only|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||November 5, 2011|
|Date items must be sent by:||December 1, 2011|
|Number of swap partners:||8|
I have a lot on my plate in other areas of my life at the moment so I can't commit much effort to swaps right now. Stressing out trying to get some big craft project done by a deadline is the last thing I need. Still, getting fun stuff in the mail cheers me up and gives me a boost! I don't want to stop swapping.... SO I thought I would host a series of swaps designed to require as little effort as possible! Maybe these aren't as exciting as the bigger, craftier swaps, but these are going to be fun! And most of all, they will be very easy to complete, and they will not cause you stress! You won't need to spend much time on these, but I will give plenty of time to send because I don't want anyone stressing about deadlines!
For this swap: 8 partners, 8 pieces of fun mail! Something as simple as a postcard or handwritten letter is PERFECT for this swap! You can also send things such as: a tiny profile surprise, a few beads or buttons, a piece of ribbon, an article from a magazine, an ATC, a drawing or cartoon, a piece of nice paper, stationery items, stickers, a bookmark, tea, etc. Decorated envelopes encouraged but NOT required. Just send SOMETHING (that isn't trash) to all 8 partners... anything you want really, sender's choice. No one needs to stress about what to send, just send whatever! The main idea is that everyone gets to open 8 pieces of mail!
If you want to go above and beyond and make this all special, you are certainly welcome to. We all want to make our partners happy, but this swap is designed with low expectations in mind.
I am accepting swappers with ratings of 4.97 and above, and no unrated swappers. I'll drop anyone who is questionable for any reason, including reported non-raters.
This one is USA only, but if someone wants an international version... feel free to host it yourself!
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