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Thread: Vintage ATCs - Mixed media, Due June 17, 2019

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    Received fantastic cards today from jheuser, MARRAE, and vegan4animals! Thanks so much for the extras! In particular, MARRAE...the one hundred year old post card is so intriguing! I will treasure it always! Thank you!

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    Thank you, Josie ! - I'm glad they arrived to you in time !
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    Browse my availables if you'd like to trade
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    Oh can you post a picture of the one hundred year old postcard?!

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    well I'm another that Canada swept right through my mind.
    I'll have to withdraw, hate it. I love vintage, & the cards in this swap are Fantastic!
    Bonnie
    ^ ^ One Can Never be Owned by Too Many Cats!!!
    >*<

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmySi View Post
    Oh can you post a picture of the one hundred year old postcard?!
    Here's the postcard! 1_100_year_old_postcard_001.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by catladybj View Post
    well I'm another that Canada swept right through my mind.
    I'll have to withdraw, hate it. I love vintage, & the cards in this swap are Fantastic!
    Thanks for letting me know, catladybj. Yes, sometimes time just gets away from us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgillisj View Post
    Here's the postcard! 1_100_year_old_postcard_001.jpg
    How fun!

    First, I love how simple addresses worked! Can you imagine? "Miss Amy in N.Y."

    Second, that looks like stamps I used

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmySi View Post
    How fun!

    First, I love how simple addresses worked! Can you imagine? "Miss Amy in N.Y."

    Second, that looks like stamps I used
    Awesome, Amy!

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    Remember how, in the U.S. a few years ago they added the 4 number suffix to our zip codes? Maybe it was more than just a few years, but I was definitely an adult when it happened. Supposedly that would mean that a letter should reach us with nothing more than a name and the zip+4 to guide it. The zip gets it to the proper city and state (and the proper area in the city if more than one zip is in the city), and the +4 focuses in on your exact house/apt. #/po box. I've never tested the theory, however.
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" - E. Burke I have a new address as of 6/2020 so be sure to ask for it!

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    Hmmmm...I did not know that. Want me to send you something?
    Creating gives me peace

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    the +4 focuses in on your exact house/apt. #/po box.
    I'm pretty sure the +4 narrows it down to a specific area of your town/city, but it is not unique to an individual. If you addressed an envelope to someone with just their name and a zipcode+4 (and there was no return address) it *might* make it to you if you had a really on-the-ball mail carrier (who recognized your address by seeing your name), but it wouldn't be a guarantee.

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    Received beautiful vintage cards from prex79 today! Thanks so much for the hostie! Only a handful of sets to go.

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    Beautiful cards arrived from JenURebel! And the weren't even late! Thanks so much for the hostie!

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    Hello fellow vintage lovers! Thank you for waiting a few extra days for some last minute cards to arrive! I assure you, they are WELL WORTH THE WAIT!!!! Beauties, every one!
    I will be swapping out tomorrow! Please don't forget to give rep points to the very deserving players whose cards you receive as well as I-trader for me (your host). You have all been fantastic players and I've thoroughly enjoyed seeing all of your gorgeous creations! I hope you enjoy your returns!

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    Thank you! Can't wait to see 'em!
    There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. Leonard Cohen

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    Yippee!!!! I'm eager for these returns, too! Our group put wonderful effort into them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss View Post
    I'm pretty sure the +4 narrows it down to a specific area of your town/city, but it is not unique to an individual. If you addressed an envelope to someone with just their name and a zipcode+4 (and there was no return address) it *might* make it to you if you had a really on-the-ball mail carrier (who recognized your address by seeing your name), but it wouldn't be a guarantee.
    When we had a po box, the zip+4 was always the p.o.'s zip and our box number. I'm sure that would have made it to me with just my name and zip+4. At our house, however, the carrier has problems delivering stuff with the actual house and street number, along with my name, so I've no doubt she'd never make it with just the zip+4!
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" - E. Burke I have a new address as of 6/2020 so be sure to ask for it!

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    Yay! Fab vintage cards just arrived in NY! Leaving rep now Thanks all

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    Received wonderful returns from Ancient Planter (Be You), Miss (Fly) and theweavershand (vintage boy with text heart) - fabulous art from all! Off to leave I trader and YouRocks - thanks everyone!
    There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in. Leonard Cohen

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    My returns arrived yesterday. I am going to leave my feedback now!

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