Thanks for tuning in to today's Hambo "Channel Surfing" Customer Blog Hop!! If you haven't already gathered from the title of this post, today we are using our Hambo stamps to create projects based on TV shows, past & present. I wonder how many of the featured shows were favorites of yours? Keep your remote control handy so you can click thru the "channels" and see! And the best part is that there will be no commercial interrup...... BUY HAMBO STAMPS!!!....tions (ahem) to slow you down.
We'll be awarding two prizes at the end of the hop: a $15 shopping spree in our digi store will be earned by one randomly-chosen hopper who leaves a comment at each of the "channels" along the way, and the second prize, a $20 Hambo site-wide shopping spree, will be awarded to the "Best in (TV) Show" project creator. Those winners will be announced here, as well as on the Hoedown blog post, on Wed., May 23. (Red carpet attire for the presentation is optional.)
So on with the (TV) shows!
Can you guess my show? It's "(Sax) & the City"! And while Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte are nowhere to be found, the city, who arguably was the star of the show anyway, is featured. I stamped and embossed the Skyline and Music Notes (rubber stamps), then added the "Monster Sax" digi, colored with Copics. I showed Tim my card and asked him which TV show he thought this was, and his first guess was "Hill Street Blues" -- so there you go, two TV shows for the price of one. :)
(Oh dear - one of those awful "Emergency Stamping Network" tests. Sorry!)
As you know, you can't channel surf without hitting reruns of something! Here is a rerun of mine, that was featured on the blog once before, but fits this theme so well I had to DVR it to play back today:
I always loved the Brady Bunch and still crack up at this "hamage" to it! This card uses several of our pig rubber stamps, along with the "Hogs & Kisses" sentiment.
So now that you've got the couch warmed up, click on over to the next show in the schedule, over on the Sandy network. And just in case your cable goes out along the way, here is our TV guide to help you:
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Enjoy the show(s)!