Wednesday, August 11, 2010

She's back....

Yes, it is time for another installment of Guest Puncher, Joan Hargrove.

You remember Joan of the Pastor Punch and Nun Characters?

No?

Well, then you are bound to remember her from Back on the Beach which started the whole Little Miss Backsides thing?

Yes! 

See?  I knew you would remember our dear Joan and her cleverness!

What you all never called me on was, that in my original post about Joan, I said she sent me 6 projects. But I haven't shown you six projects, have I?

I have been holding out on you. 

Keeping good stuff to myself.

Actually, it was more a case of being disorganized and not saving all her photos to the logical spot on my computer.

So let me partially remedy this by showing you what Joan sent me for the "partial punch art" challenge I issued MONTHS ago and ONLY JOAN sent me anything.  (yes, that font is supposed to make you feel sad, blue and guilty for not even TRYING)

Joan took on the "I Dream of Jeannie" character.
I LOVE this because it reminds me of a Halloween costume my youngest wore one year...

I'd share the photos but alas, that was in my pre-digital days.  It is safely saved in the Halloween scrapbook and as I type this, it is early in the morning, and that book is in "Girl Who Moved Back Home"s bedroom.  I don't think she'd appreciate me tromping in there in the dark, tripping over an apartment's worth of stuff just to snag an old photo of her little sis.

5 comments:

Whimcees said...

Hello!

The partial punch character that you did was one of my very favorites! I loved the Lucy shows! Joan did a wonderful job with Jeannie!

Wishing you a great day today!

Barbara Diane

Anonymous said...

Wow clever Joan...now that you have reminded us there are more photos Ellen you are simply going to have to show us more :0

Anonymous said...

Great job.

Carolyn Sharkas said...

She is cute, and my little one wore a costume like this one year, well, not little anymore, as you know, but she had one and it was adorable. This piece of punch art would be perfect on a page for my little "Arabian Princess". Joan did a great job and I look forward to seeing her other art you have been hiding (from yourself, lol) hugs to you and hope your vacation is wonderful.

Mary Roberson said...

She did an awesome job with Jeannie. You know what else is cool? Jeannie can still fit into her costume. After all these years, she still looks pretty.