|Swap Coordinator:||WoodlandBanshee (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Artist Trading Card (ATC) Handmade Craft Supplies|
|Number of people in swap:||16|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||September 8, 2017|
|Date items must be sent by:||September 15, 2017|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
For this swap there are two components. One is to send an atc with the theme of "Time", however you interpret. Two is to send 5 small crafting items in the same theme that your partner can use in their own craft. Please don't send 5 of the same thing.
Please send your partner 1 Artist Trading Card in the theme of time. Please don't just glue a clock image onto an atc and send it off. Add some details and enjoy the process of making as much as receiving!
Also, send your partner 5 small time themed crafting items for a future craft. ideas for this could include but are not limited to:
*a time focused ATC background or fancy time detail paper
*a clock button
*an image that may represent the passing of time - maybe a plant or human in stages of growth, or....however this can be interpreted deeper than just a clock or time piece
*rubber stamped image of anything time related
*a postcard with something time related as the main image
*something FROM a different time
pretty much any kind of time related item that a person could incorporate onto an atc or in their art, senders choice.
This is meant to be a very small package. Yes, one brad or one button is considered one item.Take your time and enjoy the process of making something for someone and putting together a nice (small) package of time related inspiration.
Send quality paper only please. Save thin and floppy construction paper for a different swap
If you receive 1 atc and 5 crafty things in the theme of time , please rate your partner a 5. Of course hearts at your discretion.
** one last suggestion - If you get abstract with your ideas, it may be a good idea to make a note to your partner about how the items relate to the theme to avoid any misunderstandings. Please be open to your partners interpretations.
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