It's me again,
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Sue P. I have left a comment for you below, I hope its helpful.
Ok, I am back to talk to you about a sort of swap shop.
A few of you have mentioned to me in emails and comments about providing a place to swap diecuts. Basicially we cannot all afford to buy all the dies on the market, it is impossible. The chances are we all have at least some dies that probably others don't have and this gave me and a few of you the idea of offering to cut some for others. Personally I think this is a fabulous idea and could provide a friendly service between blog friends.
Now my question to you is this, how do YOU think we could do it. I am willing to take emails from everyone interested, providing me with their die lists and these I will then post on the blog for everyone to access. I could create a Tab at the top of the blog so that anyone wanting dies can get to the lists easily.
We have three ideas at the moment, maybe you can come up with more and we will discuss it further when I have read all your comments.
The first was that everyone willing to be part of this could send me a list of Dies Available and Diecuts Wanted. This would provide a proper Swap.
The second idea was a Charity one. Each person that receives diecuts without a swap taking place, could make a small Charitable donation.
Finally, the third idea is that the recipient sends new stamps back to the provider for the equivilant of the postal costs incurred.
I personally think we could adopt the first and last ideas and make a go
of it, but I really need and would love to have your imput. Don't worry if you cannot think of something today, take time to consider it and come back and post a comment anytime this week. I will not do anything until after the weekend probably and I will discuss the thoughts with you all again before we proceed anyway; if we proceed at all (though I sure hope we do!)
I hope you do like the idea. Between us I think we can provide a very valuable service.
Thanks for listening. Take care Linda xx