|Swap Coordinator:||SoloWytch (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Inchies Paper Crafts Twinchies|
|Number of people in swap:||5|
|Type:||Type 2: Flat mail|
|Last day to signup/drop:||September 15, 2017|
|Date items must be sent by:||September 30, 2017|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
Inchies, Twinchies, and Rinchies
Huh? What are those?
They are cute little mini creative works used as embellishments for scrapbooking, card making, ATCs, journaling, etc.
Inchies are one inch square. Twinchies are two inches square. Rinchies are round inchies â€“ a one inch diameter circle.
For this swap youâ€™ll be sending five of each to one partner. (For a total of 15 little doodads.)
Just backgrounds â€“ painted, collaged, inked, stamped, whatever. No need to accessorize for this swap.
Senderâ€™s choice but if you want to peek at a profile to see if they list favorite colors or whatever no one will snitch on you.
Ye Olde Rules:
Please note: This is an international swap. There is also a U.S. Only version.
Newbies are welcome with a filled out profile. (Please, no blank profiles.)
Established swappers please have a minimum rating of 4.98. (Because someone did a lot of math that I didnâ€™t understand and said thatâ€™s a good number.)
Swappers who have not signed in within two days of the swap deadline will be removed from the swap.
If you have late swaps as of the sign up deadline you will be removed from the swap.
I reserve the right to ban users with recent (last six months) 1's or 3's.
Please remember to include a note of some sort with your user name and the name of the swap.
Please rate promptly.
Sign up ends on Friday. I will check profiles over the weekend and partners will be assigned no later than Sunday night. (Maybe sooner depending on how many participants there are.)
Hopefully Helpful Stuff:
Here's a video on preparing backgrounds in case you're still confuzzled. Making Painted Backgrounds For Art Cards
And here's one on inchies if you're bored and want to check that out too. (I'll be hosting a swap for decorated ones later.) Making Inchies
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