Wednesday, August 4, 2010

A “Man Sized” Rooster!!!

 

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Welcome to my little “Rooster Party”…the party may be little but that rooster…

let’s just say that his growth has not been stunted!!!

Cousin “Fred the Farmboy” might be bringing him…

imageThis little teapot jumped at the chance to come to the party…she even brought her baby chick!!!

 

imageThey came dressed in their finest yellow and orange silks for this special day!!!

 

image They are so excited to come today…they came all the way from the thrift shop where they

had been so bored for so long!!! A little fluffing of their feathers and some new silk clothes were all they needed…

 

imageTheir friend “Red Rooster” is struttin’ his stuff to get to the party on time,

he is coming from the same thrift shop but was living on another shelf…

 

image Isn’t he a strutter…looking good on his special platter???

 

image He came all the way from California!!! He calls home “Poppy Trails by Metlox”…

 

image I think everyone is here…have a seat!!!

 

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image I decorated your chair with a couple of “roosters”…

 

image Those Daisy dishes and crystal work well with our “chicken” dessert bowls…

 

image Your natural fiber placemat and vintage silver are in place…

 

image The “City Cousins” are cooped up in the picket fence tray…

 

image Vintage silver is tied with twine along with your napkin…

 

image Sunflowers accentuate the little “Brown Hen’s Table Cover”…

The tablecover is a specialty of Lowe’s Professional Painting Tarps…

 

image Keeping these two behind the picket fence is necessary…

 

image No party is complete with out our stars…”Salt and Peppa”

 

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This Rooster Party stars the following…

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Menu

Fresh “Lettuce” Salad with Fresh Tomatoes

Corn on the Cob

Whole Grain Bread

White Hominy

Fried “Corn” Bread with Farm Fresh Butter

Corn Pudding

 

 

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40 comments:

  1. Oh, Becky! This is a wonderful post for the party! You're good and early! I'm not quite ready yet! I love that olden postcard but your tablesetting is Cockadoodlelicious! I love every single piece! That little tea pot with the tiny chick lid is adorable and does look rather olden! Love it! Love the stars - Salt & Peppa! Fabulous. You know I love the yard birds.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. How cute is that table full of chickens. Such a cute post. I will be attending, too but not yet.

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  3. Beautiful table, really lovin' that new to you platter!!!

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  4. I've always loved the old Poppy Trails pattern. Used to see lots of it in the second hand and consignment shops but not so much anymore... Guess maybe everyone else loved it and bought it.

    Thanks for the lovely e-mail by the way. Sending a hug your way!

    DI

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  5. This is just darling ! And how funny is that giant rooster? I like the roosters on the chairs. Joining your blog.

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  6. Wow Becky..... You did GREAT decorating with that theme. Bet there cannot be a rooster party any better than yours..... I'm so impressed....

    Hope the big one doesn't come though --since he would eat ALL of the food himself.... ha ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. Love the "struttin' rooster" on the platter. I saw one at a booth in a fav store last week but didn't buy the plate. I may have to go back and get it, having seen yours... The teapot is adorable and I really like how you placed the tea towels on the back of the chairs. The entire setting is so fun!
    :-) Sue

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  8. I love all the Roosters! Great Tablescape and fun centerpiece I love the towels on the chairs so creative! Thanks for linking up to Centerpiece Wednesday!

    Karin

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  9. This is a wonderful post! You have got some great rooster things!

    Donna

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  10. Such clever little touches for all the fowl. I especially thought the "feed" in the center of the table was brilliant.

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  11. You've created a fun, whimsical tablescape. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  12. Great post, so creative, love how you have the back of the chairs decorated. You sure are ahead of me, I'm not ready yet, but I hope to have my post ready early afternoon. Thanks for sharing and for visiting.
    Sandy

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  13. I don't know what I would do if I saw a rooster that size! Ha! I like using the paint tarp for a table cloth. All your roosters are interesting. I especially like the teapot! Linda

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  14. Oh my goodness, I am completely delighted! It's taking me forever to get through the tablescapes, and this one is definitely one of my favorites if not "the" favorite so far. I love your attention to detail. The chairs? Adorable! The vintage mixed with twine and other ordinaries? Perfect.

    Your plates are even different from what you generally see. I love this.

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  15. Oh so pretty! Love the idea of adorning the chairs with your pretty rooster tea towels. Everything on the table beautiful!...Christine

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  16. What a fun and cheery table! Thanks for the smiles.

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  17. love the special fabric for the table cover! who would have thought.. Love your entire decor. quite stunning

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  18. Yummy menu! Love all your roos! Such a charming barnyard table. Thanks for your sweet visit.

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  19. Becky, I love your daisy dishes, your centerpiece with the sunflowers, and of course your roosters! Your table is very pretty! Love your blog template and header too - very pretty.
    Blessings, Beth

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  20. What a great table! I love all the texture with the placemats and napkin "rings". The roosters are all so fun, I just LOVE looking at them. Thanks so much for sharing and dropping by to visit.
    Sharlotte

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  21. What a rooster collection! The table setting is so delightful. And the menu is great with all that corn.

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  22. First off, may I say I just LOVE your beautiful header? I inhaled sharply when it first loader as if I could smell those flowers. Outstanding photography!

    Such a fun post...the napkins tied to the backs of the chairs is a brilliant idea & your wonderful collection of fowl is impressive.

    "The “City Cousins” are cooped up..." cute pun!

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  23. I am sitting here drinking coffee and laughing out loud reading your post. Soooooooooo cute!
    Love it all...
    p.s.
    is your dog a Coton ? SHe/he looks like my Bebe Darling............

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  24. Adorable table! I LOVE how you used the corn and peas etc. in your centerpiece. Also that picket fence tray fits so well. Your table made me crow with delight!
    Yvonne

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  25. So CUTE! Makes me miss my roosters...sold all mine at a yard sale.

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  26. Such a cute post ~ beautiful blog!!! Love the roosters.

    Thanks so much for stopping by The House on the Corner!

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  27. Oh my goodness, what beauty you have shown today! I love it all but my favorite is the way you decorated my chair:) The sweet teapot with the baby chick on top...precious!

    Thanks for sharing your creative table setting! I adore it all and after reading the menu, I AM STARVING:) Enjoy your day my friend!

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  28. Hi...that is some big rooster. All your pictures are just wonderful. Such a nice collection!

    Thank you for joining and sharing. Have fun visiting today.

    Hugs,Barb ♥

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  29. Very funny man-sized rooster! BUT - - - there's a REAL man-sized rooster over at MY place!!! I kid you not

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  30. Wow! What a lovely post! I really enjoyed my visit!
    Happy Rooster Day to you!
    Lorena

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  31. I'm so lovin' your tablescape and I see something that we both have...that cute picket fence tray! Hope you are having a FUN weekend:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  32. Nice collection of roosters! I like the little brown hen too!

    Beautiful blog banner as well!

    Katherine

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  33. Thanks for visiting my blog! I love your collection and your pictures are beautiful. Like out a magazine! Jo in MN

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  34. You certainly hosted a wonderful Rooster Party. Thanks for including us.

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  35. Checking out your roosters! They are all very cute. I really like the teapot and salt and peppers. You did such a wonderful table with them. Thanks for stopping by.
    Sherry

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  36. i love the rooster theme. I keep chickens so this really appeals to me. Your blog is so pretty. Thanks for visiting mine -- I think I need to work on it!

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  37. The menu has my mouth watering, the table is beautiful and your roos are the best!! Char

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  38. I have finally made it to the 'T' blogs for the rooster party this week!! You have a nice collection of roosters! Beautiful table settings!!

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