- Thank you for the information. This sounds like something i would like to participate in carmen Carmen Jones firstname.lastname@example.org Nobody sees a flower, really--itMessage 1 of 6 , Jan 5, 2013View SourceThank you for the information. This sounds like something i would like to participate incarmenOn Jan 3, 2013, at 9:48 AM, Brandy wrote:
I'm guessing Judy is handling these off post, but since you're the second person to ask here, I will give you my perspective as a past contributor-
You create 5-8 half pages of art, based on a theme. Then you mail them to Judy- with return postage-, & she collects them to trade your art with other's art. Then, one day, you get a nice package in the mail of art:) Done.
Hope that helps,
--- In email@example.com, "Angela" wrote:
> I've never done a tip in exchange. Could I get more information so that I can decide if I would like to participate. Thank you so much. Happy New Year.
> Angela VanFossen
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Judy Decker wrote:
> > Greetings Art Educators,
> > Calling out now for the NEXT Tip In Exchange. It will be a single page
> > front and back (both side with art) as the MINIMUM.
> > All of you who have done pages with me know that the number of pages I do
> > depends on my final IDEA.
> > All I can tell you NOW is the theme (your choice)
> > "When Pigs Fly" (Make the impossible happen -- in YOUR own way!)
> > "Be Careful What You Wish For" (Sometimes the impossible DOES happen in odd
> > ways).
> > So far, only Robert Genn (from Painters' Pallet? Weekly Art Letter author
> > knows why I chose both themes as choices. He will get one of my pages as a
> > gift -- but I have another gift to get ready for him first).
> > All I can tell you NOW is the mail to date is to be determined.
> > I don't even know for sure who is the HOST - Me or Ronda. It just depends
> > on the mail to date. I am the only one of use who can be more flexible and
> > Ronda knows what I mean by that.
> > Wishing you all a JOYOUS NEW YEAR!
> > Judy Decker