|Swap Coordinator:||Lexidh (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Craft Supplies|
|Number of people in swap:||2|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||April 25, 2011|
|Date items must be sent by:||May 9, 2011|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
No matter what craft you work with you often want to write something, and sometimes it’s very hard to find that perfect alphabet. You might have (like me) bought a full alphabet of some sort just because you need that ONE letter, or you think you do and really don’t... Now you can swap the rest!
This is a bit of a complicated swap, so PLEASE read everything first and sign up later, if you totally understand all of it and know you can do it. If you have any questions: ask them in the comment field below, and send me a note so I can come to answer it quickly. That way everyone gets to see the answers.
Since alphabets are so different from type to type you have to score “points”. You need to send items that score at least 15 of these points put together. All alphabets must be full, A-Z (+ any extras), unless otherwise stated, and you can not send more than 5 mixed alphabets, and no more than 2x3 sets of numbers (at 0.5 points for each set of 3). Upper and lower case only counts when it comes to size, any full or mixed alphabet can be a mix of upper and lower (some of my favorites to use are even made that way by default). In mixed alphabets the lower case counts sizewise. Making sticker flakes of a sheet of sticker alphabets is not allowed, a sticker sheet can not be cut into more than 3 pieces, unless it’s very large stickers and/or only cut to size because of postage savings. Measure the letter A/a for upper and lower case size requirements. Any kind of rubber stamps count, mounted, unmounted, acrylic, clear and foam.
The points are given out like this:
Senders choice of course! 15 points, and good luck! I hope many will join =)
PLEASE tell me if I’ve made some mistake, or if there is some kind of alphabet that is missing. And after reading all this and not wanting to join, tell me why!
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