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Recyclable / Reusable Bag & Extra Goodies - Europe

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Recyclable / Reusable Bag & Extra Goodies - Europe
Swap Coordinator:synchrodoll (contact)
Swap categories: Food  Handbags  Miscellaneous 
Number of people in swap:5
Location:Regional - Europe
Type:None
Last day to signup/drop:April 27, 2009
Date items must be sent by:May 4, 2009
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

For this swap, you will have one swap partner and you will send one new recyclable bag purchased from a store (made of fabric, or that sort of vinyl material)...preferably with writing in your home country's language on it. I just think it's cool to have bags like this from international places :o)

The bag itself shouldn't cost too much, they only cost around 1 Euro in Germany.

Included in the bag are two requirements:

  1. A bar (100 - 200 g size) of the best darn chocolate that exists in your country, not necessarily FROM your country, but what you can buy at your grocery store. Please check your partner's profile to make sure you don't send something that they won't like as much as you do!

  2. One organic / bio food product (it has to be in it's original packaging) that you really like. Please also check your partner's profile on this.

Aim for hearts! I'm always up for giving more than expected, it doesn't hurt, you make someone happy and it earns you good karma!

Regarding newbies....no swappers with 0 rated swaps. If you are a reliable swapper and have a few swaps under your belt (however, if all your swaps are only email ones, this doesn't count), feel free to join.

If you have been rated a 1 or a 3 for a swap, please write me before and let me know the situation before joining.

Partners will be assigned the day after the close of the sign-up. I reserve the right to ban swappers who seem unreliable / suspicious.

Have fun!

Discussion

Love2Teach 04/21/2009 #

Not all newbies are unreliable!

slewis234 04/21/2009 #

I second that Love2Teach and I'm so tired of being lumped into a category because I was a newbie...I'm sure there's plenty of "old experienced swappers" here that don't send as well. I'd like to watch this, clear out some of my swaps and then join. And, I have excellent ratings...fyi, one thing to remember is that summer is coming on and depending on your part of the country, chocolate can melt in packages that sit in the post office or mail boxes... just a thought.

Muriel 04/22/2009 #

Since I hve been swapping chocolate for over a year I can tell you that the chocolate doesn't melt that easy. But you can put the chocolate in a ziplock bag to be on the safe side.

This is on my watchlist!

synchrodoll 04/22/2009 #

Hi Love2Teach, Hi slewis234, sorry for the offense. Just frustrated...and you're right. I removed my comment there. I did set this swap though to only Europe, mainly for postage reasons. Unfortunately, if I send more than 50g outside of Europe, I have to pay 6 Euro and sometimes it's not worth it if you are sending items that are equal to or less that in value.

synchrodoll 04/22/2009 #

HI Muriel! Hope you'll join :o)

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