May 1, 2010

Artistic Outpost May Referral Program

When you create artwork with Artistic Outpost images and upload to an online gallery/album/or blog - you could win a $14.00 Gift Certificate to the Artistic Outpost Store . To be eligible for the Artistic Outpost Referral Program, each time you upload a creation using Artistic Outpost images, include stamp credits with an active link to http://www.artisticoutpost.com/, then leave a direct link to your creation using Mr. Linky on the months Referral Program post here on the Artistic Outpost Blog to be entered into our monthly drawing. Note, links left here on the Artistic Outpost Blog need to include a direct link to the project you have uploaded. Projects can be posted on blogs or online galleries, but links left on the Referral Program post must be direct links to your projects. Links left with general links to galleries/albums/blogs will not qualify as our time is limited and we cannot search through pages of entries to see which upload uses Artistic Outpost images.

Please use this post to leave your links for May, all links must be posted by 5/31 to be eligible for the May Referral Program. The winner will be chosen through a random drawing and will be posted here on the Artistic Outpost Blog, be sure to check back in June to see if you've won. Remember entries must be for the current month in which you are posting. We're looking forward to seeing your creations using Artistic Outpost images.

**Artistic Outpost reserves the right to remove non direct blog links

21 comments:

Judy Jackson said...

I used the Faux Designer paper technique from the Technique Junkie newsletter. I used Birds of A Feather technique. My card is posted on Splitcoast and on the Technique Junkies Design Team blog.

Judy Jackson

judystamper at verizon dot com

Pat Bowman said...

Had fun playing with the new Wonderland Collage set. This is going to be one of my new favorites I think!

Judy Jackson said...

I used the Faux Designer paper technique from the Technique Junkie newsletter. I used Birds of A Feather technique. My card is posted on Splitcoast and on the Technique Junkies Design Team blog.

There was a problem with the Splitcoast URL so I put in the URL for the post on the Technique Junkie blog.

Dana said...

I added a different link to the same card because I posted the card to my personal blog and also to the Sketch blog where I am a DT member. LOVE this set (Playtime)!

Jacqueline said...

Just entered a second card, and the card which I'm referring to, is the second on the post. Thanks.

Ali Manning said...

I just added mine using Birds of a Feather - what a fab set!

Judy Jackson said...

I used the Faux Designer technique -- once again -- for the card i have posted this morning on the Technique Junkie Design Team blog. The two little girls are the focal image this time.

Connie Paxman said...

I am really having a blast with this set: wonderland Collage..going to try the Steam Punk stamp set next...
connie paxman

Miss Iowa said...

I finally made something with one of the "Keeper" stamps. Super fun!

Megan said...

This is using the AO Robin stamp as the main focal point of the card.

Terry said...

This is the first time I have done this! I hope I linked every thing the correct way! Still trying to figure out this blogging thing! I just love this stamp set and am already working on another!! Thanks Lisa for your help.

Vicki Romaine said...

I love my new stamps!

Judy Jackson said...

I used the Faux Designer paper technique again with more stamps from Birds of a Feather set. My card is posted on the TJ Design Team blog.

Yvonne Garner said...

I made a series of cards for a Take Ten Challenge. I particularly liked this card, for the softness of the image, colors and feathers. I really liked using a whole line of vintage buttons, too.

Nancy Y said...

I used the masked spellbinder technique for a Route 66 card, suitable for my Dad!

Judy Jackson said...

I used the Reverse Grid and Pastel Detailing for my card on the Technique Junkies DT blog.

Shelly Schmidt said...

I used Sanded Coordinations and Cuttlebug Highlights for my card- it is on my blog, and I will upload to SCS by Sat PM. I love this wonderful set!!!

Ginger said...

I used my favorite quote of yours this month on my example.

My name is Erika. said...

I love creating artistic collage cards, and this baseball set is unique. I was able to do the background all the way daown to the main parts of the card and I added a cigar label since this guy really looks like he's smoke a cigar.

My name is Erika. said...

And here's another collage card using the Route 66 set. I love the Michelin Man stamp so I put him onthe bike seat for fun!

Basement Stamper said...

I created a card using the Wonderland Collage set. Thanks!