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Children's Book Illustration Postcards #5

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Children's Book Illustration Postcards #5
Swap Coordinator:Nnyla (contact)
Swap categories: Themed  Postcards  Illustration 
Number of people in swap:12
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:August 27, 2016
Date items must be sent by:September 3, 2016
Number of swap partners:1

Please note: I decided to continue running the swap "publicly" for a few more weeks.

We all loved to read when we were kids. What we remember most often are the beautiful illustrations found in our childhood books and on book covers--Peter Rabbit, Miffy, Little Polar Bear, Winnie-the-Pooh, Pippi Longstocking, Beatrix Potter, Paddington, The Hobbit, Alice-in-Wonderland, The Velveteen Rabbit, Moomins, and many, many others.

For this swap, you will send one store-bought children's book illustration postcard to one partner. Freecards with children's book illustrations are allowed, but advertising cards and homemade cards are not. The cards must be sent naked--written on and stamped, but no envelope.

No unexplained 1-ratings. 4.9 minimum rating. Will allow others with reasonable explanation. Please message me. Newbies are allowed, as long as they have a well-filled out profile.

For added fun, please join the Book Lovers Congregate group and join the CBI swaps there as well. BLC is a wonderful group of low pressure swaps and swappers who love books.

If you're interested in the previous series of children's book illustration swaps hosted by @taeniura you can check out the 125+ postcards I received by visiting my blog: Children's Book Illustration Postcards, Part V./2016/06/24/childrens-book-illustration-postcards-part-v-final/).


Pabkins 08/26/2016 #

What are "advertising cards"? I buy postcards from artists at conventions so they have art on them and that artists name obviously. Could you explain? Thanks!

Nnyla 08/28/2016 #

Ad cards are "free" and are clearly meant to simply advertise a product. They sometimes have ads on front and on back with little room to write. What you describe is not an ad card.

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