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Hi everyone, I'm pretty new to mombloggers but I've been blogging for about a year now out here in Lapland. 

A few months ago I set up The Secret Post Club, an international gift swap for bloggers and twitterers and I wondered if any of you would like to join us.

We have about 150 members all around the world and basically, every month members get secretly given a name of another blogger and then send that person a gift of a value of no more than £10/15$/15€. It can be something bought or something made. At the end of the month we have a McLinky round-up where everyone that blogged about their gift can link up and see what everyone sent and received

The idea is to bring people closer together, to get to know another blogger well enough to send them a gift they will enjoy and of course to receive one that has been made or picked out especially for you, and perhaps make a couple of blogging friends each month that you might not have met otherwise.

If anyone is interested in joining us follow this link and have a read of the rules etc.  The deadline for signing up for the October swap is 5th October but you can sign up at any time and simply start at the next swap, if you know what I mean.

I hope to see some of you joining our Secret Post Club :)

Heather

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