|Group:||What's in your mailbox?|
|Swap Coordinator:||armadillogal (contact)|
|Number of people in swap:||12|
|Location:||Regional - USA|
|Type:||Type 2: Flat mail|
|Last day to signup/drop:||October 17, 2020|
|Date items must be sent by:||October 31, 2020|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
I miss the swaps Emily did like this so I am borrowing her idea...Send your one partner a black and white postcard. Send naked (stamped & nice note). Ideas-write about where you got the pc, write about you and your week, comment about them or their profile or write anything else. Please write a few sentences. Black and white for this series is semi-loose-be accepting of this if you join Black and white can be very obvious black and white photo-type postcards but. They can be the sort of brown and white or cream vintage-look type, they can also have the splash of one color, for example I used to have a b&w London pc and the double decker was the only color, red. If there is a splash of color it should be only one color with the b&w. B&w for this series includes then and now touristy pcs as long as the "then" is in b&w or brown and white, the "now" can be b&w or full color. Pcs can be touristy, artsy, illustration, photo, store bought, zazzle and the like, museum, postcard book/set of removed nicely, actual vintage, reproduction vintage, quote. The b&w card can have a border that is in color that sort of frames the b&w. No free/ad, no handmade. I can't think of more examples right now-happy hunting! Museums, book stores, antique stores, some national parks have selections of pcs! I've also found some on zazzle and I know you can find some nice postcard book sets on amazon- I've even bought some sets used-good condition and they've been perfectly fine to send out in naked swaps. 4.98 rating. Please only sign up if you're open to receiving a variety of b&w types as explained above, knowing some may be a bit different. I will angel if you need to rate your partner a 1 - contact me if that is happening.
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