|Swap Coordinator:||Lizard (contact)|
|Number of people in swap:||10|
|Location:||Regional - Australia|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||April 28, 2014|
|Date items must be sent by:||May 19, 2014|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
IMPORTANT These swaps have a password and only those who participated in round one, may continue on through the rounds. This is to help ensure that journals do not get lost in cyber space.
Each round, we will do a double page spread.
So, for Round 3 we are using our two pages to tell about animals. Do you have a pet? Or did you have a special pet when you were a child? Or perhaps there is a pet you wish you had? Maybe your favourite animal deserves a shout out?
At least one illustration of an animal. Not necessarily hand drawn, but a little more than a dollar shop sticker.
Put the time and effort into what you send, that you hope is what you will find when your own journal comes home to roost.
When working in other people's journals, please check their profiles for likes and dislikes. EG As a Christian, I probably wouldn't like a witches coven in my journal. Fairies in the garden are always welcome if they wipe their feet before stepping on the flowers!
Any decoration of the pages you fill in are optional, but when working in other people's journals, please avoid thick bling and do your best to steer clear of items on their dislikes list. Ultimately though. it is sender's choice and supposed to be fun, not an epic undertaking.
Get the idea? Good!
If you receive a journal, you MUST rate a 5, even if you can't bear the thought of sharing your home with a pet jellyfish!
So, to recap: Anything to do with animals in your life. Whether that be a pet or pets, your favourite animal/s, a special animal encounter you have had, or your dream pet for "one day, when I win the lottery".
I am open to suggestions for other things to include in future swaps. I do have a few ideas, but you might have some better ones. Let's share our ideas and have input into the success of this journal journey.
Of course, it is entirely possible that when partners are assigned an owner might receive their own book back for that round. Lucky if you do, because then you get a sneak peek at what your finished journal might look like.
The final round will not be rateable, as we will be returning the journals to their owners, just as we did after round five.
So, in place of ratings, a comment on the sender's page will be the 'receipt'.
Now, the usual stuff...
No unexplained 1's or 3's. Please only join if you are committed to sending the journals on. It will be fun to see what we get back.
Please ensure you send by the last date to send - earlier is preferable.
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