Saturday, March 9, 2013

Round Postcard Swap - mail by April 8th



Create a postcard in any style, using the media of your choice
The only catch – the actual postcard has to be round.
You heard me – Round!
It will be mailed back to you without an envelope.
Won’t it be fun to get something round in the mail?


It only costs $.66 in the US, but I couldn't resist putting on a global forever stamp since they are round!


SWAP DETAILS:
  • Include your name and contact information on the back of your postcard (address and/or email and/or blog) so that you partner can thank you or find out more about you.
  • write a little message to your partner (something about yourself or where you live, or include your favorite quote, etc.)
  • Make sure you leave enough blank space for me to attach an address label and stamp (but don’t attach them!)
  • Stick the postcard an envelope with:
    • stamps or money to cover postage (it will cost $.66 to mail in the US, and $1.10 outside of the US)
    • a mailing label with your name and address on it (I will stick it on the card I mail back to you.  This keeps me from having to decipher handwriting on the envelope you send me, and saves me time when swapping everything and mailing it back out) 
  • mail it to me no later than April 8th.
Karen Isaacson
PO Box 532
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
United States
  • If you make more than one you can send them to me in the same envelope just make sure you include postage and mailing labels for each card you make.
  • I will post your work to the blog when I receive it.  If you would like your image linked to your blog, or flickr account, or facebook page, or etsy shop (or whatever) just send me a note telling me how you want it linked.  (this is a great way to meet other artists and make lots of new friends)
  • If you live outside of the US and don’t have US stamps or currency, you can send me $1.10 (per item) via paypal: iamrushmore@gmail.com

26 comments:

  1. round the size of a CD i think would be great.
    it looks like the pictures shown could be this size to.
    I will definitely take part.

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  2. Size is artist's choice. I honestly don't know if there's a maximum size at which the $.66 would no longer apply. My card was probably about 5-6 inches in diameter.
    Make whatever size you like and if you're concerned about postage ask your friendly postal worker what it will cost to mail.
    sorrt - I realize this isn't the most helpful answer of all time :)

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  3. s'ok i just thought you might have checked with the posties already!

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  4. ...You spin me right round, baby, right round, like a record baby, right round round round....
    :D I'm in!

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  5. "Stick the postcard an envelope with:
    stamps or money to cover postage (it will cost $.66 to mail in the US, and $1.10 outside of the US)"

    Now, shall we stick the 66-cent postage directly on the round postcard, or throw it in the envelope?

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    1. stick it in the envelope, because your postcard might end up being sent internationally, in which case I'll be sticking on a global stamp (that was provided by the international swapper)

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  6. Oh, how fun! An ode to my love of the circle.

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  7. This is fun! I'm in and I got my niece to join in on this as well!
    Thank you and have a great day!
    :)

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  8. oh, wow.
    I was actually going to suggest this in your suggestion box! WHAT a great idea!

    I'm doing it, but I'm probably going to put it in an envelope because I'm paranoid.

    Have a round day!

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  9. whoo ! hoo ! this is a great idea ! I'm in ,too.

    Paula

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  10. Wahoo Im in what a cool idea, I'll be an international swapper so Ill include the $1.10 in US stamps. I have a collection of them. (I LOVE american stamps)
    Thanks for creating such a cool swap.
    Robin Sparrow

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  11. Ok. So, you say we have a swap partner. Will we know ahead of time who our swap partner is or do you decide? I mean how do we know whether to include an international global stamp or a US stamp for postage?

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    1. sorry to confuse you, Jo! you send a US stamp since you're paying for the postage it will cost me to mail a card to you (within the US). People from outside the US send money so I can buy the international postage I need to mail something to them.

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    2. Thanks for clarifying.

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  12. I'm sending some of these.
    Hold on to yer britches.

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  13. Hey there! I'm only just discovering this fabulous website! Is there still time I could get a postcard in?

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    1. Welcome Allison! As long as your postcard is in the mail by Monday April 8th you can join the fun!

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    2. Wonderful! I sent mine off today :)

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  14. Going to be heading some your way. Then when we get ours back, planning to frame them into some sort of cool art piece for my studio.

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  15. Ours will be going out shortly. Then when we get them back, I plan to frame them into some sort of cool art piece for my studio :)

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  16. Hi Karen,

    I am new here. So glad I found your blog from Tammy @ Daisy Yellow. I mailed my round PC on Wednesday. Cant wait to see what comes my way!

    Have a great weekend,

    Tameko
    www.creatingmypeace.com
    tmbmays@gmail.com

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  17. I made a few and they are on there way. woohoo. right round right round baby right round.

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