Please Join Cloud Japan’s Christmas Card for Rain Project

Rain’s Official Website in Japan

Calling all Clouds,

Cloud Japan is putting together a “Christmas Card for Rain” project and they are inviting Rain’s Clouds from all over the world to participate!  Isn’t that kind of them?

To participate in this project, all you have to do is follow the guidelines below to prepare a Christmas message for Rain and then send it to Cloud Japan at, by the set deadline (see below).  All of the messages received on time will be printed out, arranged, packaged, and then sent to Rain for Christmas, from Japan.

Project guidelines:

  • Write a “Christmas card” message for Rain.
  • Capture/save your message as one of the following image types: a .png or a .xps file ~ 2MB;  a .jpg file ~4MB.  No other types of files will be accepted.
  • Size your image file to:  A4(210mm×297mm) (in inches, size A4 is 8.27″ x 11.69″)
  • Email your image file to   

The DEADLINE is Saturday, December 15, 2012

Please keep in mind that Japan Standard Time is hours ahead of us here in The States.  So, please don’t wait until the last minute to send in your file!  They are going to need some time to get the messages all ready to go.  So, the sooner you send in your file, the better.

Many thanks to Cloud Japan’s Cloudmaster, Hina, and to Cloud Japan for giving Clouds around the globe the chance to participate in their Christmas Card project.

Terri  :-}

P.S.  Don’t forget to participate in Cloud USA’s 2012 Christmas Box for Rain project too!  That deadline is fast approaching as well.

~ by Cloud USA on November 19, 2012.

One Response to “Please Join Cloud Japan’s Christmas Card for Rain Project”

  1. That will be fun to do.


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