SiP Card Exchange 2018

Yes, it is that time of the year.
The SiP Card Exchange is happening (again) and this is the moment to put your awesome toy photography on a print and exchange it with the world. Sign up today as the clock is ticking and we will be closing the registration this Sunday, 25th November.

We already have 17 awesome toy photographers who signed up, and you are most probably next. 

8 Easy Steps to Creative Happiness

  1. Sign up today.
  2. Create your own toy photography postcard.
  3. Order 24 postcards.
  4. Share with us who you will make very happy.
  5. Handwrite your 23 postcards.
  6. Sit back, relax and start receiving beautiful handwritten postcards from all over the world.
  7. Smile as you know that special one you selected is getting some beautiful cards in their mailbox as well.
  8. Wrap them all together with your own card in a small booklet and share them with your Xmas and New Year guests.

Are you ready?

Fill in the form now.
You are in good company. 
Final sign-up date is November 25th.

Any questions, just ask!

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Anyone who knows from experience, which is better with the mailing, Glossy front or Matte?
Thank You!

Maëlick (aka Reiterlied)

I don’t know if one is better than another, it’s probably more a personal preference. Personally, I’m not a big fan of glossy and so always prefer a matte or semi-matte finishing :-)


Thanks Maëlick, I’m thinking matte too, it’s definitely cheaper with the service I use, plus less fingerprints from the mail carriers who handle them!


I have tried both with Moo and I was not really pleased with the Matte finish. I really prefer Glossy, colors are brighter, more contrast. It’s like having a photography on thick paper :)
But it depends on your taste :)


I tend to go high end and pack my cards in an envelope. This way the print is protected more. It is not a must, and for sure you can just do the naked card as it has a special charm to have the stamp on it.

I tend to print mine as matte on high-end paper of Moo (Moo is running a special 30% off this weekend), but really it is a personal preference. 




Thank you Boris,
I was just wondering if I should do the same as far as putting them in envelopes. But that puts up the question of should I do glossy then? I’m still thinking I’ll go with Mayte after looking at Christmas cards I have received from family and friends. Thanks again


Just a quick update to everyone that joined the Card Exchange. You all should have gotten an email of Maëlick today with all the details. 

If you have not gotten it, just let us know here in the discussion board.