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YTPC: Glue Book Page Series: January/Winter

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YTPC: Glue Book Page Series:  January/Winter
Group:YouTube Paper Crafters
Swap Coordinator:isabellasnow (contact)
Swap categories: Paper Crafts 
Number of people in swap:20
Location:International
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:December 20, 2021
Date items must be sent by:January 12, 2022
Number of swap partners:1
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Dear swappers,

PLEASE NOTE: PAGES ARE NOT TO BE FOLDED FOR MAILING; MAIL UNDER 10" DOES NOT UPCHARGE.

This is the third in a series of pages we can glue in a composition book to create a glue book. When finished, your book will contain the work of many swappers! When you receive a page from your partner, glue it on top of a page on the RIGHT side of your composition book, leaving a blank page on the LEFT for writing. Or . . . do the reverse; glue your pages on the LEFT and leave the RIGHT side for writing! You MIGHT want to double the sheets for added stability.

What's a glue book page? Basically, it's a FLAT collaged page (no dimensional elements). HERE is a tutorial by joie de fi with excellent examples.

The page you create should measure: 7" x 9" This will fit PERFECTLY (with very small blank margins) onto the pages of a standard composition book.

Each swap will have a theme and the theme for this swap is: January/Winter! You may interpret the theme in any way you choose. If you don't get snow or cold weather where you live, interpret winter in your own special way--you might have holiday lights on a cactus! Remember to sign your page on the bottom right where it will become part of your partner's glue book journal!

Please use a paper base more sturdy than printer paper--especially if you're going to be using paint. Purchased cardstock should be fine.

I'll be listing one of these per month--each month will have a different theme. Hope you'll join them all!

Discussion

Quiltbutterfly 12/14/2021 #

Just wondering. Does it have to be Winter as January here is Summer? Or maybe just Winter?

isabellasnow 12/14/2021 #

Hi Ros! Do winter as YOU think of winter! What an interesting page to receive for those of us who have cold weather and snow.

AmyMarie 12/31/2021 #

FYI...to get the USPS letter rate, the envelope has to be 6-1/8 inches by 11-1/2 inches or less. The 7 inches by 9 inches makes the swap fall into the Large Envelope rate which is higher than the forever stamp.

Artistic 01/12/2022 #

A large manila envelope is dropped in the box for a.m. pickup out to my partner. Enjoy!

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