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Animal A to Z swap - D

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Animal A to Z swap - D
Swap Homepage:http://postcard.pics-sydney.com.au
Swap Coordinator:cookingschool (contact)
Swap categories: Postcards 
Number of people in swap:3
Location:International
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.80 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:March 23, 2013
Date items must be sent by:April 8, 2013
Number of swap partners:2
Description:

Simple swap, send and receive a card with an animal with it's name starting with the letter "D" (photo is of a Dingo)

Swap is international so you might send and receive cards from other country than yours...

So send your D Animal postcards (naked card - no envelope required but if you preferred to send in an envelope that is also OK) to your 2 partners - SENDERS choice... BUT NO HANDMADE CARD (only card bought from shop or via Internet)

And remember this is a POSTCARD SWAP, so if you do not want to write a message to the person you are posting the postcard to, you DO NOT have to do so. All you need to write (or type) is just the name of the swap and your swap-bot name. However if you would like to write a personal message it's totally your choice... Then again if you happen to know someone (or yourself) who publish postcards or deal in postcards in anyway do not hesitate to mention (advertise) this on your postcard - ANYTHING to advance the collecting of postcard in this world is VERY WELCOME... they are less and less peoples collecting postcards around the world (due to Email and phone messaging I guess) so feel free to promote this hobby in anyway you can to whom you can... (I can't believe I have to say that!)...

Rate your partners fairly once you receive your cards please !

deer mouse desman dhole/Indian wild dog dikdik dickcissel dingo dog dolphin dormouse donkey dovekie dowitcher dunlin drill duck billed platypus/platypus dugong dung beetle duiker dabchick diver diving petrel dodo (extinct, members of the Order Columbiformes) dove duck dogfish dolphinfish damselfly darkling beetle dragonfly dung beetle (type of scarab beetle)

Discussion

bookworm66 02/ 7/2013 #

Are there one partner or five? A little confused.

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