|Swap Coordinator:||gramsbuttonbox (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Card Making Handmade Newbie|
|Number of people in swap:||35|
|Location:||Regional - USA|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||July 9, 2018|
|Date items must be sent by:||July 28, 2018|
|Number of swap partners:||2|
Open to Newbies, this is a FUN swap!
What IS a "swap card?"
Whenever you send out a swap, it's really nice to include a little "card", identifying yourself, the name of the swap,and when it was sent. I have received swaps, and had NO idea who it was from!
These little "notes" - - (recycled cards/computer generated/embellished/ etc, etc,) "cards - are fun to make, and they can use almost ANY materials, from leftover kid's construction paper, to recycled greeting cards - the sky's the limit!
I've even seen some OH SO cute ones, using the round key tags!
And since they are so much FUN to make, and use some craft materials that may not be "suitable" (size, color etc) for other projects, you can just "let go" with them.
You will have TWO partners, and will make for each of them, FIVE swap cards. (yep, that's 10 total - - I was a math teacher, so I know!) - these can be all different, or all the same.
Be sure to print onto the card the space for the following:
Swap-bot ID ,the Name of the Swap, and, Date Mailed,
You can print out "labels" to attach to them, or, you can just write out the info by hand, , being sure to leave enough room so they will be able to fill in the details in their future swaps.
Have some creative FUN with these, and make them adorable and cute! (well, the adorable part may be optional, but please be sure they are CUTE!
I'm giving a month to make these, tho you probably won't need that much time - these little things are FUN to make and pretty addictive, so be careful!
This swap is open to newbies, since they are just starting out, and might want to know what these little gems are like -, and also hopefully inspire their swap partners to always include a card for themselves. If you have any questions, please just ask, or message me.
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