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Lots of Filled Envelopes -USA-

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Swap Coordinator:KatlynAva (contact)
Swap categories: Random Items 
Number of people in swap:21
Location:Regional - United States
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Rating requirement:4.98
Last day to signup/drop:March 17, 2017
Date items must be sent by:March 31, 2017
Number of swap partners:1

For this swap you will send your partner a minimum of 10 envelopes with random things inside. The envelopes can be handmade or store bought, but should be between 2" by 3" to 4" by 6" or any sizes in between. You can decorate the envelopes, but it isn't necessary if you are using ones made with pattered paper. Send the envelopes in a box or bubble mailer.

For filling the envelopes anything at all can be included: papers, ephemera, tea, stickers, embellishments, crafty goods, beauty samples, almost anything. Stuff the envelopes a bit so they aren't completely flat, then seal them with tape, a sticker, or other fastener. Feel free to look at your partners profile for an idea of things they'd like to receive, but this swap is sender's choice.

Send a package you'd be happy to receive!

US only due to parcel postage.

Sorry, no newbies. You must have completed and been rated for 20 type 2 or 3 swaps. No recent unexplained 1's or 3's. Must have a rating of 4.98 or higher.

If you have any questions or need clarification, please ask!


LavenderSprinkles 03/ 5/2017 #

How many items should be in each of the ten envelopes? This really does sound exciting!

KatlynAva 03/ 8/2017 #

There is no minimum or maximum, ideally someone shouldn't put one piece of paper in an envelope and call it done. For instance someone could create an ATC and put in an envelope and that would be one item, or someone could put several ribbons, stickers, and embellishments and have 30 items.

Send a package you'd be happy to receive.

Onaki 03/10/2017 #

Can the envelopes be made of plastic with a sealable flap on it? I have cute bunny ones 3x2.5 inches in size.

KatlynAva 03/13/2017 #

Any medium is fine for the envelopes. paper, plastic, or otherwise. They don't need to be opaque, just able to hold things.

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