"C. Zun Skretene" wrote in message
In article ,
So... have I satisfied your curiosity?
Well, if you want to have people send you
stamps on cards or envelopes, why offer them
stamps as an incentive? I think you narrow
it down to people who would want to use your
stamps for some reason. But if you requested
that people send you something by mail -
anything at all you can think of - I suspect
you'd get a greater response. For example:
Well... I do have these stamps to give away that someone could use in
their craft. I really don't like the idea of requesting people to send me
anything. I don't know what I'd want that people would readily send.
I am a collector of people's "doodles." Won't
you be kind enough to send one of yours for
my collection. I promise to post it to my
web site in an album, and you can watch for
yours to arrive there at: http://www.doodles.com
Sorry... I've never been a doodler. Still not.
Or: I am seeking "doodles" to give as gifts
to old folks in the retirement home here as
an incentive for them to create doodles of
their own. etc etc.
I'm not quite sure you understand my motives or the usefulness of the
stamps I offer. It is really a "no strings" deal. Just doing something
nice for someone. And we can all use more niceness in the world. Just my