|Swap Coordinator:||gojenn (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Handmade Postcards Zentangle|
|Number of people in swap:||3|
|Location:||Regional - USA|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||April 30, 2018|
|Date items must be sent by:||May 15, 2018|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
This is the US ONLY version of PrairieKittinâ€™s â€śZentangle & Pass PCâ€ť swap â€“ her version is international â€“ we will stay in the US only.
If you participated in Round 1 - you should have received a card partially tangle in. You tangle in one of the spaces, and mail the card (in an envelope) to your partner.
If you're new: Start by taking a 4 by 6 inch piece of cardstock (something heavy enough to mail. Cereal boxes work well). Draw a string on it with 4 or 5 spaces to tangle in. (See Resources below)
Turn the card over and put your name and address on the mailing side. Leave room for your partners to write a short message. You may indicate here if you have a preference for black and white or color. Put a postcard stamp on it so it can be sent back to you when it's done.
Next, tangle in one space and leave the rest of the postcard undone. Put it in an envelope and mail it to your partner.
We will have future rounds where the rest of the blank spaces are tangled up, and when your card is all tangled up, it will be sent back to you.
RULES: Make sure your card is sturdy enough for the mail. Anything oversized will require extra postage, and be hard to fit into envelopes. I will angel if necessary, but I hope you won't sign up if you won't keep the cards going. The whole idea is to get your card back completed. No Flaking Allowed.
RESOURCES: http://tanglepatterns.com/category/c-tangles is a great source for lots and lots of tangles.
http://tanglepatterns.com/category/tanglepatterns-strings at the same website, but a different page, has string ideas.
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