Swap-bot Time: January 22, 2019 11:46 am

Send Something! #6 (INTL)

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Swap Coordinator:TwoTurtles (contact)
Swap categories: Paper Goods  Craft Supplies  Paper Crafts 
Number of people in swap:24
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:March 24, 2017
Date items must be sent by:April 8, 2017
Number of swap partners:1

This is a destash swap of sender's choice.

I have so much stuff on my desk all the time! Looking around I see a ton of washi/deco, post cards, tags, note cards, sticky notes, stickers and more!

For this swap you will put unused stuff in an envie and mail it for 1 stamp. It is sender's choice!

So pack it now and address it when partners are assigned!

If you don't like what you receive pass it on!

Don't forget to include the swap name and your user name!!!

Have Fun! Please PM me with any questions.

No unrated newbies allowed for this one...


marliese 03/15/2017 #

Where I live, you can send 20 grams with 1 stamp (about half an ounce, I think?) Is this more or less the same everywhere? (Just checking...)

TwoTurtles 03/21/2017 #

Within the USA it is .49 for the first ounce and an additional ounce is another .21 cents. To mail international (from the US) it's $1.15 for the first ounce - and I think an additional ounce is $1.15 also (I'm not sure)

frogginghappy 03/22/2017 #

In Canada you can send an envelope up to 30g and no more than 5mm thick for 1 stamp (paper goods only - anything else has to go through customs so costs more).

sakura15 03/23/2017 #

For New Zealand it is 200g weight limit for letters at a flat rate for everywhere except NZ, Aus and some Pacific Islands. I have never sent anything that heavy - otherwise I'd exceed the thickness limit of 1cm (which is easy to do anyway haha)

sakura15 03/23/2017 #

I'm just gonna stuff an envelope the best I can :P

marliese 03/24/2017 #

Glad I asked - makes our 20 grams sound a bit meager :-) I 'll use 2 or 3!

eel 03/24/2017 #

If I send more than the standard 30 grams - will I be rated down (3) for not "meeting" requirements of swap?

Also, I always use more than one stamp to make up the required postage. It is how I pretty up an envie.


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