June 1, 2010

Artistic Outpost June 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 June, all links must be posted by 6/30 to be eligible for the June 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 July 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

20 comments:

Deb (dcorder) said...

I used a quote from the SERENITY set for this card.

Miss Iowa said...

My friend said this stamp from Generation Redux reminds her of herself when she was a girl.

Megan said...

Father Christmas is my all time favorite stamp from AO. I find myself going back to it every time.

Nancy Y said...

Still loving using my Birds of a Feather stamps... tried the new TJ Patchwork technique for a homey look.

BarbaraW said...

I am such an Alice in wonderland fan. I have used the Wonderland Collage set so many times

Lyneen said...

Just got stamps in the mail.... Alice & Steampunk really excited to use them!

http://dreamingofcastles.blogspot.com/2010/06/i-love-packages-in-mail.html

Miss Iowa said...

Just a clean and simple card.

BarbaraW said...

I was working on a monochromatic card. I used shades of blue which just called out for stamps from Lovely Day.

Terry said...

Loving the Alice in Wonderland collection! So much fun to play with!!!

Miss Iowa said...

Lucky number 13 I hope!

BarbaraW said...

The challenge was to use colors which were retro to me and Route 66 seemed the perfect stamp set to use.

Ali Manning said...

I had fun with the Birds of a Feather set today!

Shelly Schmidt said...

I just HAD to use my new stamps- Thanks again-I love your images. Next, I am going to make a Zindorfian type scene with this...then on to Steampunk....All I need is ...time.....!

penny4thoughts said...

I made a quirky tag using one of the stamps from Generation Redux. I've found a lot of uses for this set!

Karen McAlpine said...

I used two sets to make this card. Blue Bird and Birds of a Feather. Love love love both sets. So versitile.

sheila said...

I really love both sets of stamps that I have used in my cards. I find them to be very versatile both with other stamps and a multitude of papers.

sheila said...

I absolutely love the Serenity Set. It really cam be made is so many ways.

sheila said...

The Bluebird Stamp is fun because it is a set that can be mixed and matched up with other stamp collections too

Ali Manning said...

Posted another AO card on my blog last week using the Steam Punk plate.

Joan said...

just received the Bloom and grow and the Beside the Sea stamps and I can't leave them alone ! Fabulous stamps.