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100 Hearts!

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100 Hearts!
Swap Coordinator:Nnyla (contact)
Swap categories: Paper Goods  Random Items  Letters & Writing 
Number of people in swap:5
Location:Regional - USA only
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Rating requirement:4.90
Last day to signup/drop:October 30, 2010
Date items must be sent by:November 12, 2010
Number of swap partners:1

I received my 100th heart a couple of days ago, so I'm in a celebratory mood! For this swap you will send 100 things to your ONE partner.

  • A list of 10 things your partner would like: books, movies, artists, crafting websites, songs, organizational ideas/tools, etc.
  • 10 sticker sheets (Sandy Lion strips and other such strips = 1 sheet, as long as segments haven’t been removed)
  • 10 blank notecards and/or postcards and/or bookmarks and/or ATC blanks (any combination)
  • 10 scrapbooking items (minimum 6 x 6 papers, bling, punch-outs, chipboard, brads, etc)
  • 10 pieces of ribbon (minimum 12 inches)
  • 10 pieces of quality ephemera (no miscellaneous torn paper bits)
  • 10 sheets of stationery (flat or folded as they would be folded to mail)
  • 10 envelopes (at least 5 must match the stationery)
  • 10 personalized address labels or 10 personalized swap cards or 10 personalized recipe cards (From the kitchen of PARTNER’S NAME HERE)
  • 10 hearts—can be paper hearts, stickers, bling, or any combination

Don’t have one of the 10? Then, substitute. You can substitute TWO of the “ten” with 10 of something else. For example, you can send an assortment 10 pens instead of ephemera. Check your partner’s profile and make sure you’re choosing something he or she would like.

This swap does not require spending oodles of $$$, but everything should be unused--with the exception of the ephemera and maybe some quality postcards you're willing to part with.

You must have completed at least 5 mail swaps (Type 2 or 3) and have a rating of 4.9 to join. I will check profiles and consider long-time swappers whose ratings have fallen as a result of the postal system, illness, life issues, etc. As this is an extensive swap, I can’t promise to angel everyone who gets flaked on.

The swap isn't receiver's choice, but it does require some attention to your partner's profile.

Don't let the 10s or the 100 scare you. If you package this right, it shouldn't cost too much to mail. In fact, unless you’re willing to do more, you shouldn’t have to pay more than the cost of a flat rate envelope. More than likely, you'll pay less.

Don’t forget to include a note with your name and the name of the swap.

Any questions? Ask away!

Happy swapping!


Mamabemus 10/20/2010 #

just so I don't mess anything up could you please give me a good defination of ephemera...

Nnyla 10/20/2010 #

Miscellaneous paper items that were originally meant to be discarded, but are now used in other creations--e.g. ticket stubs, labels, poster or programs, used cards, advertisements--interesting fragments or whole, etc. Hope this helps.

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