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Countries of the World - ATC Series

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Countries of the World - ATC Series
Swap Coordinator:ScrapHappyGabi (contact)
Swap categories: Artist Trading Card (ATC) 
Number of people in swap:8
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:June 16, 2014
Date items must be sent by:June 23, 2014
Number of swap partners:1

In this swap we will go on a voyage, alphabetically, around the world!

We will have one partner for whom we will create and send one ATC.

On our maiden voyage we will start with the letter "A" and create an ATC depicting a country in the world that starts with the letter "A" Examples: Austria Australia America Argentina Armenia.. etc..

You can find an alphabetical list of countries here: http://www.listofcountriesoftheworld.com/

You can choose any country you wish, as long as it begins with the letter "A" (Senders choice). This swap isn't for those who aren't familiar with ATCs - I'd love to see some creative work here and sorry, NO STICKER SLAPPING! You may creatively place a sticker or two but I want to see some creative ATCs in this series :)

Be sure to write the name of the country on the back of the ATC along with your name, date and name of the swap.

This is a senders choice swap:

Important Please remember to rate your partner. We work hard on these swaps and our ratings are important to us. Please don't forget. I don't want to have to chase after people to post ratings for their partners. It should be easy. Receive a swap, post a rating.

No Unrated, 1's or unresolved 3s. If you are late on any past swap that have not been resolved, you will be removed from this swap. You must have a 4.97 rating or higher. I will angel if need be.


ScrapHappyGabi 06/22/2014 #

I've seen a few cards from this swap already and I am WOWed by the creativity!

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