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Thursday, August 5, 2010

The Rooster Party



Barb over at Bella Vista is hosting the Rooster Party when I saw that I knew I had to sign up.
WELCOME
Happy Rooster Party!!!!!
This little guy got his party hat(I made him with paper and a piece of the chestnut tree for the top and a little lace around the bottom)
Here is the full view of the little straw rooster with his party hat; on his way back to the kitchen because all my roosters must stay in the kitchen.



In my kitchen....
Starting with the cafe curtains I made:


This little metal sign hangs on the pantry:


This Rooster is cast iron, it could hold napkins but he just sits on the old chippy shelf in the corner.

I love this one, it is suppose to be a latchhook rug but who could step on this. My husband made a frame of old barn wood for me so we didnt step on this nice rooster.


This little roosters in his cage.....with a little red geranium to keep him company.


This is the morning call rooster and he is 3D....gotta love that in a rooster :)



Well thats all for now, I better get some water:

Enjoy the party, thanks for coming. I leave you with this today.

1 Corinthians 10:31 (New International Version)

31So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.

Living in God's Graces, Kim

32 comments:

  1. Oh Kim, great roosters reside in your home. I think it's a wonderful idea to frame the rug. It will last forever now. Char

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  2. Hi Kim, they are all so wonderful and I just adore the hat. Ha. Your entire post is delightful. Thanks so much for sharing with us and joining in the fun.

    Have a great time visiting all the Rooster girls.

    Hugs, Barb ♥

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  3. Wow! You've got lots of roosters! Enjoyed looking at them, I'm enjoying the rooster party! Margaret

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  4. Hi Kim--How adorable!!! And love the curtains!!!
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  5. Great Roosters. You could even use the cast iron napkin holder on the desk to hold important letters.

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  6. Hi Kim

    What a fun party! Love the Roosters:) Thanks so much for stopping by Sista' and leaving such a sweet comment.

    I'm your newest follower, so I'm sure that we'll be fast friends.

    Have a great weekend!
    Leann

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  7. I am loving all of your roosters, but those cafe curtains that you made are beautiful.
    Karen

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  8. Oh, the tiny rooster party hats, they do crack me up! It's those special little creative touches that make this party more fun!

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  9. Kim you have the most precious roosters! Cute! :)

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  10. lovin' the party hat and the rug looks great framed!

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  11. I know what you mean about not stepping on a beautiful handmade rug--that was a good idea to frame it! And how did you train your roosters to behave so well and stay in the kitchen? Wait until you see what mine are up to!! Linda

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  12. Love the party animal above! and the others are great.

    But best of all is the sweet words you left for us out of the Bible.

    God Bless and have a great weekend

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  13. LOVE that you put on a party hat...too cute !
    You have some great roosters.

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  14. Your collection is wonderful. Thank you for stopping over and visiting with me. I forgot to take a picture of my rooster mat by my sink. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  15. I love them ALL! So pretty! Thanks for coming by to visit me!

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  16. Wow you have a great collection, enjoyed visiting your blog, and have a blessed day, Hugs Barbara from http://bakinnbitsbarbara.blogspot.com/

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  17. I am back for another look around. You have a very nice post about your roosters. I see most of your roosters have a purpose or function besides looking cute. I like the chicken wire floral display with the red geranium. Thanks for the visit to my blog also!

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  18. What a nice collection of rooster you have....I especially like the rug framed....such a pretty rooster I wouldn't want him walked on either. Trish

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  19. A very nice collection of unusual roosters! Thanks for sharing!

    I'm a Christian too! PTL!

    Katherine

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  20. Great collection...love the party hat!! Sully will be jealous! Thanks for sharing.

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  21. You have a wonderful collection of roos and have them diplayed so creatively. Loved the little hats. Thanks for visiting and your kind comments. You have a great little blog, your creativity really shines through. Stop by any ole time.
    Sandy

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  22. Hi Kim,
    my first visit here .. you made those curtains?? those are soooooooo pretty~!
    loved seeing all your Roo's and enjoyed my visit bunches.. thanks for letting us see your collection.

    hugs
    Sonny

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  23. Kim, I love your primitive hooked rug. I have done several pieces and I, too, cannot put them on the floor. I usually lay mine across a table or put on the raised hearth. I am glad you stopped by Applejack Lane. I hope you come again soon.

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  24. Great collection of roosters. The rug framing was a grand idea. Love the party hat!

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  25. Thanks for visiting my blog. I love all your roosters. The party hat is cute! My favorite rooster is the cast iron one. Love it!

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  26. I'm still trying to make it around to all the rooster parties!! Love your rooster collection! Especially the cafe curtains!!

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  27. Kim, the fabric you found for your curtains is perfect, I love that. All of your roosters look like eye candy, Char

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  28. Of course the rooster needs a hat! Now he is complete. :)

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  29. I came to see your roosters (late) and found Psalms when I needed it. Thank you for sharing your roosters and your Bible verse. Blessings, Janet

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