|Swap Coordinator:||nativegan (contact)|
|Number of people in swap:||13|
|Type:||Type 2: Flat mail|
|Last day to signup/drop:||January 15, 2010|
|Date items must be sent by:||January 25, 2010|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
So I've waited and waited for a new Doodle Postcard Swap to come up and haven't seen anything yet so I thought I'd throw one up here and see where it goes.
This is my first "public" swap so wish me luck!
For this swap you will doodle ONE postcard to ONE partner anything that starts with the Letter B.
Be Creative! Think outside the Box!! Don't be Offensive!!!
The doodle can be black & white or color.
EDIT: The doodle is to be made on blank cardstock or something heavy and durable to get through the postal service in one piece. Also, placing stickers on said cardstock DOES NOT qualify as a doodle.
It is NOT required to be a PROFILE-BASED doodle, but if you think it could make things more interesting that would be great!!
Newbies are welcome as we were all there once.
Just for fun here are a few facts:
DEFINITION (compliments of Dictionary.com): dooÂ·dle (dÅÅd'l) v. dooÂ·dled, dooÂ·dling, dooÂ·dles
v. tr. To draw (figures) while preoccupied. n. A figure, design, or scribble drawn or written absent-mindedly.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: (also compliments of Dictionary.com) absent-minded scrawl or scribble, usually executed in some unexpected place, such as the margin of a book or manuscript or a blotting pad when the doodler is preoccupied with some other activity, such as attending a meeting or lecture. The word is supposed to have gained currency because of its use in the film Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936), though the practice of course is much older, doodles being found in medieval manuscripts, as well as in the notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci and on the margins of manuscripts written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
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