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  1. Round Robin swapping tutorial

    Ok, I think this might work. Please let me know if you can't read them or don't understand them

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    First, I make name tags for all my swappers. I know this is a little OCD but it helps me stay on track. You could just use the envies but I donít have enough space for that. I then stack all the swappers ATCs under their name. I remove them from their 9 pocket sleeves and or baggies.
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  2. Re: Round Robin swapping tutorial

    Looks like the same way I do it. I just use the return envelopes as my tag for each person. Or sometimes get out the sticky notes! This should help some people figure it out Suzi! Great job on the pictures.
    Happy Crafting!


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    Then, I take the first stack of ATCs and, starting w/the SECOND name; pass them all out until they are gone. (ignore that I spelled the first stamperís name as Suzy & then Suzi. I forgot I wasnít using ďmeĒ as an example. LOL)

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    Then, I do the same with the 2nd stamper, starting with the THRID pile. Pile one (suzi) has NOTHING, pile two has one & pile three has 2.

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    Continue with swapper #3, starting with pile #4. Are you getting it????

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    Continue with all piles until you get the swapper that ends with the last pile on your tableÖ..

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    With the next swapper (#9 in this case) Start w/the next pile as youíve done all along but when you finish the piles, go to the TOP of the page & swapper #1 will (finally!) get her first ATC. Continue this way thru the rest of the Swappers. When you are done, EVERYONE will have 8 ATCs in their piles and you can start stuffing them into 9-Pocket sheets or baggies & mail them off. Easy as pie, huh???

    If this makes ANY sense, thank my hubby!! LOL

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    Thanks to your hubby, I think i get it now ! Thank you Suzi for doing this.

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    Re: Round Robin swapping tutorial

    yeah, that's pretty much how I do it, and I think it made a lot of sense- I want to give you kudos for making all those boxes with names in- this tutorial must have taken you forever!
    Sarah



  10. Re: Round Robin swapping tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by loobylou View Post
    this tutorial must have taken you forever!
    Not really; it was just a matter of copy, paste, move. But, now you see why I didn't want to have to redo it in another format!!!

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