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Postcrossing Obsessed?! 25!

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Postcrossing Obsessed?! 25!
Swap Coordinator:christy102194 (contact)
Swap categories: Challenges  Postcards 
Number of people in swap:19
Location:Regional - USA
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:September 28, 2016
Date items must be sent by:October 12, 2016
Number of swap partners:10
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Hello fellow swapbotters and postcrossers!

I love postcrossing SO MUCH that I wanted to make a HUGE (somewhat) PC swap! AGAIN)

OMG 25 ROUNDS..!

You will have 10 partners, or as many as sign up allows. [So if 8 people sign up, you will have 7 partners and so on..]

I will give everyone 2 weeks+ from the signup date to get these out.

Now for the nitty gritty simple stuff:

-10 partners

-USA ONLY

-Senders choice of STORE-BOUGHT postcards!

-4.95+ rating, no recent unsresolved 1s or 3s!

write a message of some sort!: quotes, a little hello, fun fact... YOU GET THE PICTURE.

SWAP ON!!! [:

Discussion

GrammarPolice 09/22/2016 #

Where do you all buy your postcards? I've not had any luck finding non_touristy ones. I ended up buying a pack on Amazon, but of course, just a single theme. I'd prefer to be able to get individual ones that have something to do with the recipient's profiles.

Amyncognito 09/22/2016 #

@grammarpolice I get all mine at Amazon.com. You can buy a box of 100 postcards, each one different. they have just about every topic imaginable.

lareinakay 09/22/2016 #

@christy102194 are newbies welcome

GrammarPolice 09/22/2016 #

Thank you for the suggestion Amy!

goldfinchmeadowlark 09/27/2016 #

@GrammarPolice for loose cards, check out bookstores and museum gift stores -- I love the individual cards that fotofolio and Pomegranate (also online; the site sells both individual cards and postcard books). Used/second-hand bookstores and even ebay or Amazon offer postcard books sometimes at a discount. (I have found books on Hopper, historical New York City, American Girls, The Babysitters Club, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Bakst, Paul B. Goode's photography of American Ballet Theatre and other companies, and various Disney Renaissance films this way.)

christy102194 09/28/2016 #

As @amyncognito and @goldfinchmeadowlark said, Amazon is a great place to look! That is where mine have come from mostly. :) @lareinakay you will need a bit more experience to join as this has a huge amount of partners.

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