I have loved snailmail since I was a very little girl and my dad introduced me to his friend's daughter that lived about an hour away from us. I couldn't wait for those letters to arrive and read the interesting things that she had to say.I was a little bit younger than her but I would write my eight year old happenings and send them off. There is nothing like getting a letter someone took the time to write.
For this swap you are simply going to write a letter. It could be on regular paper, stationary, note cards, etc. You can decorate them if you'd like but you don't have to. What you do is up to you.
Length is up to the sender as well within reason. Write a meaning full letter, don't take a note card and write two lines and cut it off. Generally people that sign up for pen pal swaps are active letter writers and would like something they can respond to.. just my thoughts.
I'm still a newbie so of course this is open to newbies as well.
Please don't send junk- it doesn't have to be fancy but it should be a letter in some form.
It's fun learning about different cultures and countries so I'm opening this up internationally.