December 1, 2008

Artistic Outpost December Referral Program

When you create artwork with Artistic Outpost images and upload to an online gallery/album/or blog - you could win a FREE plate of Artistic Outpost images (Value $12.00).

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 www.artisticoutpost.com, then leave a direct link to your creation on the months Referral Program post here on the Artistic Outpost Blog, to be entered into our monthly drawing for one FREE plate of Artistic Outpost images ($12.00 value).

Links left here on the Artistic Outpost Blog need to include a direct link to the project you have uploaded. Links 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 December, all links must be posted by 12/31 to be eligible for the December 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 January to see if you've won.

Remember entries must be for the current month in which you are posting.

7 comments:

Manna said...

Here's my first December card :) Hope you like. Thanks for looking!

WendyGibson said...

Here are a few projects for Dec.
http://etceteraetcetera.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/scalcardartisticoutpost400.jpg

http://etceteraetcetera.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/chargrade5layout4002.jpg

and below is the blog post where all the linking information appears....love these stamps!!!!!!!!

http://etceteraetcetera.wordpress.com/2008/12/05/lots-of-goodness/

Sarah said...

Here's a card using Snowy Woods:
Vintage Santa

Sarah said...

Here is another card using Snowy Woods...my favorite Christmas set:
Promises to Keep

Creative Chaos said...

Hi , I have a December entrance too ..
Here's mine!
Patti xx

Jan Larson said...

Here is a Christmas card I made using the Snowy Woods plate:

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1169009?nocache=1

Laura said...

I used the Bluebird set to create this warm card:

http://www.creationsontheisland.blogspot.com/

Laura VanVleet