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Thatís a fancy way of saying insects, spiders, caterpillars, any being with six legs of more. Iím sure you have a few stamps featuring cute (or scary) creepy, crawly critters that will make great ATCs. So wake up your muse, stretch your legs, and jump into the swap with both feet.
Description: Standard size ATC 3.5 x 2.5
At least 2 layers of quality cardstock or anything sturdy for the backing e.g., playing cards.
Quantity: 5 +1 (for hosting) You will not get one of your own back. Please include your Real Name, SCS Name and the Swap Name on the back of the card.
Due in hand: 9/15/12
Mailing instructions: Place swap items in a plastic baggie for waterproof purposes. Include your real name, SCS name and swap name on a piece of paper for identification purposes.
Send your ATCs along with a stamped return envelope to me at:
The amount of postage on your return envelope should be the same amount that it takes to mail your original submission. Also please add some additional postage in your baggie. If it is not needed, Iíll send it back.
Newbies welcome. Experienced swappers too. Ask questions here or in a private message.
Let the fun begin!
1. Betty (Texasyaya) -- received
2. Roz (Grandma Roz) -- received
3. parknslide -- received
4. Marilyn (mrslaporte) -- received
5. Christy (christy71) -- received
6. Paper73 -- received
7. BonnieBeth -- received
8. stampingout -- received
9. Carol (meloleary) -- received
10. Carol (meloleary) -- received
11. MamaAce -- received
12. MamaAce -- received
Last edited by terrie.mcnulty; 09-17-2012 at 07:00 AM..
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