Hittygirls Shrink and Cut Free-for-All

Must be a member of Yahoo Hittygirls group
and have met all previous swap commitments to play.

You must include
your full name, address, telephone number, and email.
If you sign up without this info, you will not be able to play.

Please Note: We do not collect or distribute your personal information,
except to the Swap Leader and your Swap Partner.

Swap signups begin NOW! and end November 1st. Send your swaps by November 15th


Your swap leader is Laurel. Contact her with any questions.

Announcing a paper goodies for Hitty swap.


Hollis K
Elaine H
Debbie C
Jill H
Mary Ann N
Nancy S
Nancy B
Teddie N
Barbara J
DeDe H
Jan F
Becky V
Ann S
Julie D'G
Carol M
D'Marie E
Pat T
Merryn K
Erin K
Sara C
Sophia P
Laurel P

This one is so quick and easy everyone can join! You design one sheet of Hitty sized images and will
receive multiple sheets back! What could be more fun?

Most everyone has some kind of ephemera that Hitty would love, if only she were
bigger - or those items were smaller. Can you help her?

Take something that is printed, (or your original artwork), copy it in a
size reduced for Hitty, and print up enough to swap with everyone who signs up for this swap.

You will make up an 8.5 X 11" page of images and then print and send as many
copies as there are swappers. You then send these to me, and as soon as I
receive all of them, I will send you back one sheet from each of the other
swappers, plus a bonus sheet from me! If we have ten swappers, you will
print ten copies of your page of images, and receive 11 back. if we have 40,
you will send 40 (and get 41 different pages of images - WOW!).

Ideas: vintage books to be bound, packets of seeds, cards of buttons, a
photo album, school charts, a travel log, a newspaper. tickets, money,
decorative boxes, patterns, grocery boxes, flags, baby books, paper dolls,
coloring books, stationary, posters, cut and paste toys, realistic money,
important documents...

Select whatever type paper your images require, and include any special
instructions plus postage to be determined by the number of swappers
(between 1.00 and 3.00?)

I've shrunk WW2 ration coupons for the 1940'S American Girl doll, and made a
whole post office that was inspired by a 10 cent book of mini stamps from a
library sale. What will you think of?