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EDIBLES: Simple Spring / Easter Treat 2015

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EDIBLES: Simple Spring / Easter Treat 2015
Group:Edibles Swappers International
Swap Coordinator:SweetClementine (contact)
Swap categories: Food  Seasonal 
Number of people in swap:5
Location:International
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:March 9, 2015
Date items must be sent by:March 23, 2015
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

For those who are looking for a fast, inexpensive swap for a seasonal treat, this one's for you! We will swap one or more Easter sweets, costing a minimum of $2 before shipping, with one partner. Currency converter

We will:

  • Send one or more Easter sweets (chocolates, marshmallows, mini cakes, cookies, jelly beans, hard candies, etc.) with a minimum value of $2 to your one partner. In the US, there are a lot of Easter candies that are 2/$1. Be sure you send enough to meet the minimum without question, please. If you live in a country that does not have Easter-themed treats, a sweet treat available only in the spring months is an acceptable substitution.

  • Include a nice note of a few sentences to your partner, something more than just your user name and swap title, please!

  • Although this is a low value swap, please still package this one carefully. Lots of Easter treats will be squished or broken if mailed only in a bubble mailer. Please use care so this is a nice swap for everyone. :-)

  • This swap is sender's choice based on what is available in your partner's location. If you have a lot of food restrictions, this may not be the right swap for you to join. If you are open to sharing your swap with friends and family if you cannot eat it, then feel free to join!

The usual rules also apply:

  • Send foods in commercially sealed packaging for health and customs reasons. Be sure to check expiration dates before sending.

  • Be courteous by sending our swaps on time and rating our partners when we receive. In the rare circumstance that you must be late, it is expected that you will contact both your partner and the swap host before the mailing deadline.

  • Package your swap appropriately to protect the contents. Zip-top baggies are smart for containing unexpected breaks and leaks. Boxes rather than envelopes should be used for fragile items. We all appreciate the efforts taken to keep our swaps enjoyable!

HAPPY EASTER! HAPPY SPRING!

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