Snail Mail Game Show | Round 7

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I’m so sorry for how long it’s been since we had a round of the Snail Mail Game Show! I totally spaced out in December– made the envelopes and thought I mailed them but had them under a pile of Christmas presents! My fault entirely. Because of that I gave Round 7’s participants a little extra time to work on their submissions. I promise them and you that it won’t ever take this long again! The Snail Mail Game Show is a really fun activity, and I can’t tell you how much I enjoy hosting it so let’s pump it up!

For Round 7 the participants were told to make a snowflake. I’m in love with the results, check them out!

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Artist: Tranifer Lovely

Girl power, rainbows, and love!

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Artist: Heidi

Classic design with a love theme from The Netherlands

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Artist: Angie

Awesome double-sided mixed media snowflake!

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Artist: Olivia Arrow

Shiny silver arrow-celebration snowflake!

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Artist: Caitlin H.

Rainbow glitter snowflake in a square shape!

And the winner is… Caitlin! I just can’t turn down this rainbow glittery masterpiece! Caitlin will receive a gift from me in the mail.

There are already people signed up for Rounds 8 and 9! You want in? Get a chance to express yourself creatively and possibly win a prize! Check out the official Snail Mail Game Show page where you can learn about the rules and sign up! And yes, you can sign up for multiple rounds at once, if you feel like paying for a few months all at once! Whatever works for you.

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Sign up goes from now till March 1st at 6 pm EST. If you sign up after that, your name will be added to the list for Round 9 Challenges will be mailed out March 3rd, and submissions will need to reach me by April 4th.

Questions for the comments:
1) Which piece from Round 7 is your favorite?
2) What is your ideal snowflake?