Monday, August 8, 2011

Rooster & Hen Party . . .

It's a cock~a~doodle~doo party!

is hosting a rooster and chicken party!

Welcome to my
rooster and hen party!
Most of my collection is in this old
cabinet in the kitchen.

I found this big guy in my favorite flea market in Branson, Missouri.

The little green salt and pepper shakers were
a gift from my parents.

The colorful roosters were found in the attic of my
parents' shoe store many years ago.

This proud pair also came from the shoe store attic.
The small rooster and bowl full of eggs
were gifts from my sister, Susan.
Rooster plates were a gift from my sister, Mary.
Sister, Susan, gave me the dish rack.
I Love my platter and pitcher that I bought at
a cool little shop in Stillwater, OK several years ago.
These chickens look like they're having fun at the party.

My rooster lamp came from a Hallmark store
in Stillwater.

I found this clock at Hobby Lobby on clearance for $5.00 a few years ago.

This primitive rooster was a $10.00 bargain at Target last summer.

Thanks a bunch for visiting today!

Now, don't forget to visit Shelia so you can see all the
blogging friends who are participating in the party.


Bella Vista Cottage said...

Carol, your collection of Roosters is wonderful. I love, love the plates in the dish rack.

Barb ♥

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I popped over from Shelia's roost to visit, Carol, and you really have some adorable roos and chicks. I loved seeing them all... both the figurines and the china. SO cute.

Happy Cockadoodle do to you...


Sheila :-)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Fun roosters! I love your beautiful plates with the great black and white borders:@)

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Sweetie...
Oh my gosh, what beauties you have cock-a-doodle doing in your home this evening. Such a beautiful share. I love the big guy up on top of your hutch. He is just gorgeous and SO darn proud of himself.

That lamp is just darling. Just perfect for country decor.

Thank you for sharing this evening. I so enjoyed seeing your rooster collection.

Have a beautiful Tuesday sweetie. Country hugs from Phoenix, Sherry

Christine said...

I gave most of my roosters to my daughter-in-law a few years ago for her new kitchen. I kept one though. You have quite a collection.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a sweet collection of Roosters! Love the plates :-)
Visiting from NoteSongs.

Jocelyn @

Shelia said...

Hi Carol! Oh, I love your yard bird collection! How wonderful to find those in your folks attic. Now the little green S&P - I have them too and they are sitting on a little green egg plate! I have those wonderful plates too! :)
Thank you so much for coming to my party.
You are the sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kathi said...

You have such a nice collection. I have some that I could show. If I get my act together I will try. I love your lamp. Kathi

Karie's Chic Creations said...

Very lovely collection of roosters. Love how you showcase them. Thanks for sharing. Karie

Betty said...

Lovely chickens! I REALLY like the black and white pitcher and platter....

Blessings...Betty @ Country Charm

Love Of Quilts said...

Great collection....and what great places to find them...your clock was the kind of a bargain I like to find. Trish

S said...

Lots of lovely birds to see today. Thanks for sharing.

Mary said...

That was fun! Loved going to your party this morning.

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

What a lovely collection you have. How clever to display the plates in a vintage dish rack :)


Anonymous said...

I love that cabinet in the kitchen and I want one :) Your roosters are great, especially love your rooster lamp. Isn't this party the most fun ever?!?! thanks for sharing your roo beauty with us!


Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

You have a wonderful collection! I love the plates and the plate rack. The cabinet is beautiful also!!

Cindy said...

You have so many nice rooster things! I'm sure you enjoy them all----they look lovely!

Rhonda said...

Your chickens are so cute - I was thinking I don't have any roosters but I do have 4 hens, the milk glass kind that sit on a nest for a candy dish.

and since you have lived through this hottest summer ever, I know you are happy about the recent rain. We've had it 2 nights in a ROW!