|Group:||Not Your Usual Postcard|
|Swap Coordinator:||FiWebster (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Postcards Religious|
|Number of people in swap:||4|
|Type:||Type 2: Flat mail|
|Last day to signup/drop:||November 17, 2010|
|Date items must be sent by:||December 15, 2010|
|Number of swap partners:||2|
In not too long, it'll be that time of year when we celebrate the birth of an important deity in our culture! As it happens, I just got some colorful, kitschy deity postcards in the mail today. So I was thinking, "I should share the wealth...I should host a swap in which we send each other colorful, kitschy deity postcards!" So here it is.
Send one colorful, kitschy postcard featuring any deity at all--or multiple deities! to each of 2 partners. Naked, unless your partner seriously wants it in an envie. Storebought or handmade, doesn't matter.
What do I mean by "colorful"? It's in the eye of the beholder.
What do I mean by "kitschy"? Eye of the beholder.
What do I mean by "deity"? Well, of course, Buddha & Mother Earth count. And the Virgin Mary. In fact, if you're unsure of whether the card you're considering really features a deity, send it anyway. I mean, Elvis is a deity to some people, right? (Not to offend anyone...)
In other words: "deity"? Eye of the beholder.
I'm givin' you 4 weeks after sign-ups to hunt down your postcards, in case you want to order 'em like I did. But do check 'n' see if any of your partners are international, because you should send earlier to those, if you want them to arrive before Christmas.
Oh! and don't forget you can always make a notecard into a postcard--lots of Christian deity notecards floating around this time of year... Have fun!
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