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When I was a child...
Group:Edibles Swappers International
Swap Coordinator:vintervila (contact)
Swap categories: Food  Challenges 
Number of people in swap:6
Location:International
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:July 9, 2010
Date items must be sent by:July 25, 2010
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

(thanks @VetTechMommy for the idea!)

This swap is a nice challenge, as eating can be a very interesting pleasure.

Is there any edible item that reminds you of your your childhood? Something that you used to eat for your breakfast before going to school, a special thing that you were given when you behaved, the snacks you had after homeworks, a food that you used to eat for your birthday parties...anything really that reminds you of your childhood?

If you do...find it, buy it and send it to your partner with 1 note explaining why you chose what you chose.

SO:

  • 1 partner

  • 1 (ore more!) edible item that reminds you and represent your chilhood

  • 1 card/letter explaining your choice

Remember always:

  • Package your items appropriately. Glass items and fragile foods should be wrapped and boxed to prevent breakage. It's a good idea to use a plastic baggie for anything that can leak, melt, or tear open during shipping.

  • Please send items in their original, sealed packaging for health and customs reasons. Be sure to check expiration dates and only send in-date food items that will not expire before reaching your partner.

  • Send and rate on time. On the rare occasion that you may need to send a bit late, please contact your partner AND the swap coordinator before the swap deadline has passed.

Discussion

VetTechMommy 06/16/2010 #

Love it! Thank-you for setting this swap up! =)

vintervila 07/10/2010 #

partner assigned! =)

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