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How can I keep Track of everything in the swap?

How can I keep Track of everything in the swap?

c Expand All C Collapse All A How can I keep Track of everything in the swap? There is a printable and free DIY Postcard Swap Tracker that you can download and print for this swap. It’s the perfect tool to remember who you sent postcards to, what postcards you’ve photographed and shared online on […]

Can I share the postcards I receive on Facebook?

c Expand All C Collapse All A Can I share the postcards I receive on Facebook? I’ve been asked to create a postcard group on Facebook but declined. I do not need another thing to keep track of in my life. Share your postcards in the mixed media and mail art groups you’re already in, […]

Can I share the postcards I receive Online?

c Expand All C Collapse All A Can I share the postcards I receive Online? Yes you can share the postcards you get. In fact, I think its great if you do. The swap is about inspiring each other and if you share what you get youll inspire even more people. Each creator has the […]

I only got very few postcards what should I do?

c Expand All C Collapse All A I only got very few postcards what should I do? Wait a bit longer please. Remember that things can happen. People get sick, or forget to check their e-mail. International mail can take several weeks to get to you. There is no guarantee that you will receive […]

There is no e-mail address on the back! Can you he...

c Expand All C Collapse All A There is no e-mail address on the back! Can you help me? No, sorry but I can not. If the person sending didnt add their e-mail to the back of their card I will assume they choose not to do that. Maybe theyre not comfortable sharing it. So […]

Where are my 10 addresses?

Where are my 10 addresses?

c Expand All C Collapse All A Where are my 10 addresses? Are you saying to yourself right now: I did sign up, but never heard from Hanna, the hostess of this swap. Where are my 10 addresses? I’m sorry you have to ask that! Here’s what I think: This is an e-mail/service provider problem […]