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Stampin'Mumof2Girls 08-05-2004 01:20 PM

Need Help Regarding Postage on a Swap
I have all my cards ready to go for the Petal Prints swap I'm in. :D However, I'm in Canada---the swap is taking place south of the border. Lol! Keri was sweet enough to send me up some US postage stamps so I could partake in the swap. NOW my dilemma is, how am I gonna know how many US stamps to put on my return envelope to get my swaps back up here to me? I don't know how much that would cost US---only what it is going to cost me CDN to get down there. :?

Any of you US ladies sent a swap package up here to know how much it would take?

Thanks a bunch!!

Stampin SandyH 08-05-2004 01:45 PM

I would suggest that you take your unsealed return envelope to the post office with the cards in it, ask them to weigh it and ask them how much would it cost to ship from ______, USA to your home address. I am sure they will be able to tell you how much in american dollars. Hope this helps a little.


rmower 08-05-2004 02:00 PM

If you know how much it weighs, you can use the USPS site to calculate the postage.

mdbarton 08-05-2004 05:09 PM

Hi! I just mailed two swaps today. The SASE envelopes required $1.06 for one, and $1.29 for the other. To mail the entire swap out, one package was $1.06 and the other was $1.52. To be on the safe side, I would just put around $1.50 in US stamps on your return envelope and that should cover it.


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