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It’s a rooster party at BellaVista and I’m flaunting some rooster finery!
My rooster clock was a present from Mr. Sullivan a few years back. I had admired it in our furniture store numerous times. One day I couldn’t find it when I went searching for it. Turns out he had hidden it in the warehouse and wrapped it up to bring home as a surprise. Thanks, Mr. Sullivan!
He surprised me once again when he gave me these canvas prints at Christmas.
Black and white toile frames these small rooster plates. They were given to me by my sister-in-law, Linda.
Linda also gave me this rustic pottery rooster.
Yes, I finally set a table! How could I resist when I found these cute rooster bowls? I’ve combined them with a rustic yellow salad plate and a polka-dotted dinner plate. Now, about the food…. Well, this was playtime today, folks. Dinner is actually carry-out tonight. *grin*
Salt and pepper shakers from a vintage shop.
Place cards holders from the same booth as the salt and pepper shakers let everyone know where they are seated.
Chickens are a vital part of a rooster’s life, so I have included my soup tureen as part of the tablescape.
I used the cactus fold on the napkins that I placed into green wine glasses. The candlesticks are old stair balusters.
I’ve been drinking this cabernet for several years now. I actually bought the wine because the label intrigued me. Turns out the wine is pretty good, and it isn’t that expensive. Wouldn’t you just die if you saw Rex, the giant 47 pound rooster?!
These three Mr. and Mrs. Rooster prints are located on the wall across from my two large roosters.
Back in the 50’s it was considered quite fashionable to own rooster cocktail glasses. I found these two black and gold highball drink glasses in the same vintage store where I got my place card holders. Is it cocktail hour, yet?
This small glass rooster is perched on a shelf on my kitchen hutch. Check out the detail in his feathers.
A red and off-white checkerboard pattern is the background for this vibrantly colored rooster in this wool rug at the back door.
My blackboard from an elementary school in Indiana hangs on the back hallway wall.
Thanks, Barb, for sponsoring this party! Please click on the logo below to see the many roosters that are strutting themselves on all the party-goers’ sites.