Summer Postcard Swap

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*The swap is now closed. *

It’s that time of year again! The Summer Postcard Exchange. Last year I held the exchange while vacationing in Italy with my in-laws; the year before I held it before going to San Diego. This year I thought it would be fun to hold it just before I go off to the magnificent (or so I’ve read) state of Maine for the wedding of my oldest and dearest friend. I love snail mail, and I am betting you do too. So join me in sending out a little love this summer.

The exchange works like this:

  • Sign up using the form below, leaving me with your full name, email, and a mailing address.
  • I will assign you a person to send a postcard to (usually whoever signs up after you) and will e-mail you with their mailing address.
  • After I email you the¬†address I will only keep everyone’s mailing addresses for two weeks (in case anyone loses the email). After two weeks I will delete all the addresses for privacy.
  • Please send out your postcard within three weeks of receiving the person’s address.
  • When you receive your postcard, feel free leave a note here or on the Olive and Owl FB page and let us know you got it, and where it came from

I will close the sign up Sunday July 19th. I’m looking forward to a happy mail day!

 

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11 Responses to Summer Postcard Swap

  1. You know I am in! Thanks for hosting my friend. xo

  2. Beckie says:

    I’m in too! I’m really hoping that one makes it to me this year.

  3. Stephanie Bonin says:

    I’m in!! So fun!

  4. Yes, please!
    (Also? Please take and post a ton of pictures in Maine. I miss it so…) xo

  5. remmus26 says:

    I’d love to try this! Haven’t gotten a postcard in quite some time! Sounds like fun!

  6. Yanic A. says:

    Done! How fun!!!

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  8. Tracey says:

    My post card arrived today! Thank you D, I love the Grand Canyon. I grew up in a military family so I traveled a lot [21 moves by age 18] and the Grand Canyon holds a special place in my heart.

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