If you have friends that are creative (or that you think should be more creative) you can invite them to be in the DIY Postcard Swap too. Create, connect & share – that’s the swap slogan after all, so the more the merrier of course. My Suggestions Forward The Newsletter to them, if you are […]
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FAQ Category: 1. Questions before you sign up
Questions you might have or want to ask before the swap starts or even before you commit to signing up, about payment, deadlines and what will happen if you discover you can’t participate.
There is no refund if you canít participate, but please let me know as soon as you can. If you have signed up and then realize you canít create all the postcards on time, because you might have gotten sick or something else unexpected happened, please just let me know as soon as possible so […]
Signing up is a two-part process. When you pay the fee via paypal you will get a receipt after your payment is done. When you have gotten that, which should just take a few seconds, go back to the sign-up-page and below the payment button there is a form, which you must fill in in […]
I am charging a small fee (8,50 dollars) for participation in the postcard swap that I host. The fee helps pay for the time it takes to arrange a big swap like this one, to host the blog and pay for having a newsletter. The swap has 100-200 people participating each time, so it takes […]
Sorry, no you can not. I can not except cash or checks at this time. But thanks for asking. But there is still a way if you don’t have a Paypal account, read on! When you click the pay-button you will be directed to a paypal page, but you do not have to have paypal […]
If you don’t have a paypal account or don’t want to create one you can still join the swap. You can absolutely pay with your VISA or other credit card, but you will have to do it through Paypal because that is the system used for the swap. Click the paypal button, but instead of […]
No you can not, sorry. This is a postcard swap for adults. I donít think it is fair game to the kid creating, nor the few people that receive kidís art but donít appreciate that kind of thing. But please, let your kid make postcards along with you, and send those out to friends and […]
The iHanna DIY Postcard Swap is open to everyone over the age of 18 that wants to have a more creative life.