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Easy Peasy Thanksgiving Card Swap #2 - 2018

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Easy Peasy Thanksgiving Card Swap #2 - 2018
Swap Coordinator:LMeowkin (contact)
Swap categories: Letters & Writing 
Number of people in swap:7
Location:Regional - The Good Old USA
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:November 8, 2018
Date items must be sent by:November 14, 2018
Number of swap partners:2

Gobble, Gobble!

I can see by the way turkeys are fleeing for Canada that it must be time for Thanksgiving!

The Deets

This is a two-partner swap - so pay attention and send out TWO cards - one to each partner!

This swap is super simple and low stress: Buy two Thanksgiving cards, write a little note inside, and send it to your partners. What you write is up to you. You could tell your partner about your Thanksgiving menu, some things you're grateful for, or maybe a favorite Thanksgiving memory. You can write anything, as long as it's more than "Happy Thanksgiving."

No cheating. What does that mean? You can't just write down your favorite Thanksgiving quote or joke, sign your name, and call it a day. Write a few sentences - you can do it!

Remember - this is low stress! That means you are not required to decorate the envelope, include a flat surprise, or a tea bag. Hey, if you want to do it, go ahead - however, you are not at all required to do so.

The Doggone Nutty Rules:

  • Be sure to include your swap-name and name of swap in the note card!

  • No quotes. Write a note in the card - at least four sentences long.

  • No recent 1's or unexplained 3's. In fact, probably no 1's at all - but if you had a retaliatory 1 or an unfair 1 from a few years ago, we'll talk. I'm an understanding gal... to a point! :)

  • No newbies. If you aren't sure if you're a newbie or not, then you probably are.

  • If you receive a Thanksgiving card with a note written inside, rate a 5.


While I tend not to have a minimum rating posted on my card swaps, be forewarned - I do check profiles. I check to see if there are comments to low ratings (and sometimes even email your partner to see if you attempted to make it right), I check dashboards to see if there are swaps with past due dates, and also try to keep abreast of problem swappers and weed them out as well. That includes drama llamas, non-raters, and just plain old sucky people.

Q: If the Pilgrims were alive today, what would they be most famous for?

A. Their AGE!


bluecrayons 11/ 8/2018 #

Oh great swap. I just filled out my family’s cards in have 3 left. Perfect for this swap.

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