|Swap Coordinator:||user1447 (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Challenges Crafts Miscellaneous|
|Number of people in swap:||23|
|Last day to signup/drop:||August 4, 2006|
|Date items must be sent by:||August 11, 2006|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
PLEASE NOTE THE ATC SEND DATE HAS BEEN MOVED TO A LATER DATE.
ALSO WHEN THE ATC HAS BEEN SENT, PLEASE COMMENT BELOW WITH A MESSAGE THAT IT HAS INDEED BEEN SENT.
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The Swap: Swappers will send a package containing 20 items (see list below) which will be used by the receiver to make an ATC (see definition below) which will be sent back to the sender of the package. So the drill is send a package, receive an ATC. Each swapper will have one swap buddy and will have to mail only one package. This means that the sender of the package MUST supply mailing information for the trade to actually work.
ATC: A 2.5" x 3.5" inch card with artist-representative and/or thematic artwork on the front, and the title, artist's information and date on the back. Other information that may be included on the back is the technique used and a number if they are part of an edition.
Material list: The package must have at least 20 items, all of which will be relatively 2-D with no size limit. The materials sent are the only materials that may be used besides scissors, glue, or paintbrushes (no pens, markers, tape, or "any other creative supply of your own": *Three items must be fabric; *Three items must be transparent/tissue paper; *Two items must be actual or copied pages from books, dictionaries, newspapers,etc; *One photograph *One sticker *One relatively thick piece of paper to mount the ATC on *One mandatory item which MUST be used in the ATC and which will be chosen by the sender of the package *Eight more items which could include aluminum foil, wax paper, stamps, string, yarn, tape, feathers, or anything crafty and cool! Please include no more than three of a similar item.
Swap Sign up ends Friday August 4
Package mailed by Friday August 11
ATC mailed by Friday September 1
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