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Stamped Images Swap~

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Stamped Images Swap~
Swap Coordinator:tiffanymarieMA (contact)
Swap categories: Scrapbooking  Card Making  Rubber Stamping 
Number of people in swap:21
Location:International
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:July 3, 2011
Date items must be sent by:July 13, 2011
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

Are you a card-maker, scrap-booking aficionado, or otherwise a lover of stamped images? Then this swap may interest you!

In this swap you will stamp at least twenty images on pieces of card-stock to give to your partner. It'd be excellent if you could give a mix of character accents, phrases, frames, and borders. You can not swap twenty images of only a single stamp, give some variety!

Should be a relatively inexpensive swap, you probably already have the supplies and it can all fit in an envelope. No flakers, no recent 1's or 3's. 0:) I will angel if need be.

Discussion

deLux 06/28/2011 #

I only have white cardstock, is that ok? I already stamped everything and then realized that some people probably have colored card-stock.

tiffanymarieMA 06/29/2011 #

Yes, that's fine. White card-stock is good so they can color in the stamps with markers. If people want to do it on colored or patterned card-stock, that's fine too. As long as it's card-stock. C:

deLux 06/29/2011 #

Thanks, that's what I figured. The ink never smears when I paint over it.

TamiLynne 07/ 1/2011 #

sending and receiving nice things in the mail - is awesome! Thank you for hosting this swap - Tami :)

KatiKatzenfreak 07/ 2/2011 #

English is not my mother tounge, so I have one more question. Does cardstock mean some textured cardstock or can I take some usual white cardboard like in school?

tiffanymarieMA 07/ 3/2011 #

@Tami C: no problem, I'm looking forward to sending and receiving this swap.

@KatiKatzenfreak Card-stock can be smooth or textured, as long as the stamped image looks nice. Paper cannot be too thin, like computer printer paper and no child's construction paper.

A good explanation of card-stock: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Card_stock

tiffanymarieMA 07/ 4/2011 #

Partners assigned! Any questions, feel free to PM, e-mail, or leave a comment here. C:

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