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PH: Wacky Holidays - October 2020 Scavenger Hunt

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PH: Wacky Holidays - October 2020 Scavenger Hunt
Group:Postcard Hideout
Swap Coordinator:simcoe54 (contact)
Swap categories: Postcards 
Number of people in swap:20
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.99
Last day to signup/drop:October 4, 2020
Date items must be sent by:October 13, 2020
Number of swap partners:1

Thanks to @isabellasnow for allowing me to use her idea for this swap.

This scavenger hunt will honor not only popular holidays but some of the lesser known holidays! You'll be sending your partner 4 blank postcards in an envelope fulfilling 4 of the following October holidays.

  • 1st International Coffee Day
  • 1st National Homemade Cookies Day
  • 1st World Vegetarian Day
  • 1st National Black Dog Day
  • 2nd World Farm Animals Day
  • 2nd World Smile Day
  • 2nd Peanuts (Cartoon) Day
  • 4th National Golf Day
  • 4th World Animal Day
  • 6th Mad Hatter Day
  • 9th Fire Prevention Day
  • 9th World Egg Day
  • 10th National Motorcycle Day
  • 12th Cookbook Launch Day
  • 12th Indigenous People Day
  • 12th Old Farmer’s Day
  • 14th National Dessert Day
  • 14th Take Your Teddy Bear to Work Day
  • 15th I Love Lucy Day
  • 16th Dictionary Day
  • 16th Global Cat Day
  • 17th Wear Something Gaudy Day
  • 17th American Frog Day
  • 17th Bridge Day
  • 18th Chocolate Cupcake Day
  • 21st Reptile Awareness Day
  • 22nd National Nut Day
  • 24th United Nations Day
  • 25th International Artist Day
  • 25th World Pasta Day
  • 25th World Opera Day
  • 26th Howl at the Moon Day and Night
  • 27th Black Cat Day
  • 27th Navy Day
  • 30th National Frankenstein Day
  • 31st Carve a Pumpkin Day
  • 31st Halloween

You may interpret your 4 holidays however you choose. Please make certain you indicate which holiday each card represents. Postcards should be unwritten and unstamped. They should be store bought only and of good quality. (No handmade/freebie/ad/zazzle).

Please do not use post-it notes on the postcards. I have had a few people tell me that some of them leave marks, therefore ruining the postcard!


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