|Swap Coordinator:||littlepinecone (contact)|
|Number of people in swap:||16|
|Type:||Type 2: Flat mail|
|Last day to signup/drop:||February 21, 2019|
|Date items must be sent by:||March 1, 2019|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
As the 12th installment of the “Stickers and...” series, I thought it might be fun to do stickers and something to brighten up those long winter months
For this swap you will really be trying to brighten up someone’s mailbox. So, use a notecard, or a piece of stationery paper - something bright, cheerful, or happy - and on it, you will write 3-4 sentences (or more) on something happy. This is really open ended. You can write an encouraging message, or tell a funny story to make them laugh, or send an inspirational quote and write about what you think it means, send a picture of a funny picture or meme and write about your reaction to it. These are just a few ideas. Anything (non-controversial, please) goes. Just make sure you handwrite 3-4 sentences to go with it.
So...in with your “happy” note or card, you’ll need to tuck in a sheet of stickers. The sticker rules are the same as usual. A full sheet of stickers, not cut up. Nice, new stickers only. No reward, kiddie (Dora, Frozen, etc), or alphabet stickers, unless your partner specifically requests those in their profile. If the sticker sheets are very small (4”x4” or smaller) then send 2 sheets. Stickers should be dime sized or bigger. Stickers are sender’s choice. So you cannot rate down if you don’t like the stickers your partner sent. If they don’t float your boat, you can always pass them on in the next round.
Rating: if your partner sends a note with 3-4 “happy” sentences, sent it on time, and included and a sheet (or two) of stickers that meet the requirements, then you must rate them as a 5. If you really like the stickers, or the message, then a heart is up to you.
Newbies can join this swap with a well filled out profile, established swappers should have at least a 4.9 and no unexplained/unresolved 1’s or 3’s. If you want to participate, but are not sure you can, feel free to check with me. I will be checking participants and reserve the right to ban anyone I don’t feel confident will complete the swap. And of course, I will angel if need be
Since the “international versions” of these swaps were made up of mostly Americans, I’m just making these swaps international from now on. If you really want a USA only swap, let me know.
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