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Naked Mail in your mail box

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Swap Coordinator:mejulia (contact)
Swap categories: Challenges 
Number of people in swap:9
Location:Regional - USA
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:June 6, 2016
Date items must be sent by:June 14, 2016
Number of swap partners:1

This swap is for one piece of naked mail. I so enjoy making my postal workers smile when I send something that is normally wrapped but I have just added a label and sent an item naked. Recently I have sent fly swatters, rubber stamps, and pot holders but there is any amount of things that could go. The last time I did this swap I sent a trowel. There is no money limit to this swap, the point is to make someone smile. It is also senders choice though sending something from a person's do not like list won't make them smile.


institches 05/31/2016 #

These swap have always intrigued me.

Do you tape the label right to the item? Or attach a piece of paper with the address and room for the postage?

Corazon 05/31/2016 #

You can write the address and put the postage right on the item.

mejulia 06/ 2/2016 #

@institches I hope you join the swap. I have addressed the item directly or tied a mailing label with the address and stamp on it. Totally depends on what I am sending, and sometimes my mood.

bbbhill6 06/ 4/2016 #

How do you label and stamp a dish towel. I'm thinking about joining. I have to think of something I could send and how would stamp it. My other question is how are you able to keep the label and Stamp on the item that you're sending for an example the dish towel.

mejulia 06/ 5/2016 #

I got a pot holder once where the label was directly on the pot holder then there was package sealing tape around the pot holder to keep the label attached. I would think that would work on a towel. It sounds like something fun to send.

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