|Swap Coordinator:||shinywen (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Challenges Crafts Art|
|Number of people in swap:||22|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||April 21, 2010|
|Date items must be sent by:||May 26, 2010|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
This is #2 in a series of swaps designed to give each other a chance to try something new, something you've always wanted to try but just haven't had the motivation or confidence to try. It turns out lots of us are nervous at trying our hand at new craft projects we haven't practiced with before.
SO- for this swap you will have one partner, and for that partner you will make one thing. The "thing" is YOUR CHOICE. It could be an ATC. A postcard. A matchbox. A dotee. An embroidered piece. WHATEVER!
We are all in the same boat here to some degree, with a craft we haven't played with much. But who knows, someone else in the swap may know ALL ABOUT how to unjam a glue gun, or sew doll arms together. So in the comments section of the swap, feel free to share frustrations or questions about the process you're working with. Either here or on the forums. Maybe someone will have the answer!
RATING RULES REMINDERS: If you got a product and a note and they arrived on time, rate a 5. If your package was missing something or late, a 3 is appropriate. A "1" is appropriate ONLY if you have not received anything by the time Swap-Bot notifies you you can use that rating. Do try to get in touch with the person first though to see if something happened-- this is supposed to be an all-around supportive swap. HEARTS are lovely ways of expressing your appreciation for what your partner sent you. Use your own discretion as to whether your partner deserves a heart of not. If you're unsure, message me and I will try to help you determine if the situation sounds like a heart is in order.
Newbies are welcome to this swap as long as they have a COMPLETELY filled out profile and at least one snail-mail swap under their belt. Participants with recent no-sends will be asked to explain their circumstances so we can be sure nobody will be flaked on. Although this swap is more about the creating than the giving-and-the-getting, it still stinks to be flaked on.
Any questions, please leave a comment here or message me privately. Let's get to learnin'!
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