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The Sweetest Swap

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By popular demand, announcing The Postcard Project‘s Sweetest Swap!  Can you guess what you’ll be exchanging if you join this February swap?  If you guessed corn, then you’d be wrong, dead wrong.  What is wrong with you, anyway?  But if you guessed candy, then you’re right on the money.

The Sweetest Swap will work exactly like the cookie swap.  You sign up, you get three matches, you mail each match 12 pieces of your best homemade candy, and you receive a dozen pieces of delicious homemade candy from your matches in return.  Super sweet, right?  Candy is a given for February, but homemade is a special treat.  If that sounds good to you, why not join the fun and let’s get swappin’!

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Important Dates
Signup deadline: Saturday, January 26th at midnight**
Receive matches: Monday, January 28th
Shipping deadline: Monday, February 11th

Important note: as with the cookie swap, please do not sign up if you are not 100% certain you will be able to make and mail your candy by the deadline.  Flakes will be removed from the contact list and blocked from future swaps.

For tips on shipping, check out this post, and keep in mind that most candy will fit easily into a small priority flat rate box, which are free at the post office.

**Sign up for participating in The Sweetest Swap is now closed.  If you would like to be contacted for next year’s candy exchange, you can click here to add your name to the list.**

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