Welcome to the next stop on the Hambo Customer Blog Hop! If you came here from Heather's blog, please keep on reading. Otherwise, you might want to start at the beginning over at the Talk To The Ham blog. Why? Because a prize will be awarded randomly to a hopper who comments on all the blogs along the way. The winner will be announced on the Hoedown blog, as well as on the Hambo company blog, Talk to the Ham, on Wednesday, May 25, so remember to leave comments so you are eligible for the hopper prize! (And who doesn't love comments on their blog posts, am I right?:))
Okay, as you probably know by now, the theme for this hop is "Hamming It Up At the Movies". We're supposed to make a card inspired by a movie title. Well guess what? My mind was in a weirder-than-normal place, and I was inspired to make not one, but THREE cards based on different movie titles.
Let's get started!
My first card:
I had this idea I'd make a grail (and I did, hand-drawn onto some SU wood) and have a Hambo image "swimming" in it. Can you believe I own NOT ONE Hambo pig image?!?!?! I was going for the major suck-up points by using a pig in this grail, but sadly it was not to be, so I used the Lion digital image. I did add some "jewels" to the drinking vessel, because after all, it is a holy grail, right? Did you notice how I slightly modified the lion image? I, um, removed his hands and tail to "pose" him in the grail. I hope that mangling of the image doesn't totally disqualify me. ;/
And I'm really sorry, but that python just had to be there. By the way, his name is Monty, if you hadn't figured that out by now.
Moving on ... here is my second card:
Um, yeah. As I was desperately looking through my Hambo images for the elusive pig, I re-discovered this pelican digital image. PELICAN BRIEF --> a pelican IN briefs. heh heh Too easy.
And my third and final card:
Confused? Watch this:
Went With The Wind
Classic. Go ahead and watch it again if you'd like. I'll wait.
Okay, (gosh, but I miss the Carol Burnett show) NOW does that card make sense? I thought so. :)
Here 's a little detail on those drapes:
Nothing fancy, and unfortunately they are not green velvet (how cool would that have been?!?!). The curtain rod is a toothpick that I belatedly tried to color with a Copic. I fan-folded the paper, punched a hole in each fold, carefully threaded it onto the toothpick, and glued a bead onto the end to hold it in place. Also, I'd really like you to notice the lion now has chest hair.
That's all I have, and I'm sure it's quite enough for you. Now please head on over to Hannah's blog for your next stop on the Hambo Customer Blog Hop!
And thanks for stopping by!