Monday, August 8, 2011

The feathers are flying!

Hey everyone, It's time for Sheila's Rooster and Hen Party! I'm joining with an original piece of stained glass. I drew the pattern and made this one in browns and amber, it also has just a touch of red.

My son's girlfriend (at that time) gave me this great hand painted slate from a Craft Fair!
The slate was salvaged from the roof of an old horse barn from the 1800's in Vernon, NY.

Earl's on vacation, headed to the Jersey Shore... That ham bone ought to fit right in:@)
I still thought I'd leave you with a little bit of silliness:
Have a happy day:@)

58 comments:

  1. That stained glass is gorgeous! My hubby does stained glass so we are very picky about handing out praise for it (esp when people ask a lot of $ for a sloppy piece at craft fairs). Great colors and design.

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  2. Love the stained glass. The KFC witness p.p. is a hoot!
    I hope Earl will be sending postcards to his favorite followers!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  3. HA! Who knew they had a witness program?

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  4. These are just great! You know how much I like anything with chickens on it!

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  5. I love your stained glass piece! The chicken at the end is too funny.

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  6. Hope Earl has fun at the Jersey shore,be sure and keep plenty of sunscreen on,wouldn't want a sack of spicy pork skins to show up on the blog,take some photo's of Earl getn' the "tan" on,and be sure to get photo's of good eats,I know Earl will be adventurous,and share the delights.
    ~Jo

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  7. Wow that stained glass is gorgeous. Love the slate piece also. Hope Earl is having fun on the Jersey shore!!

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  8. TO JO (above..) I posted pork rinds once and could hear Earl squealin' all the way from Philly to Texas. :)

    Beautiful stained glass, Lynn. You are really good at that.
    Love the slate, too.
    hugs, bj

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  9. Beautiful stained glass piece!! Love that slate too! Hope Earl has fun in our neck of the woods:):)

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  10. Oh my gosh! You are so talented! (But then I knew that.) What a great stained glass rooster. I'll bet it looks so pretty with the sun shining through it in the morning. Cute slate rooster, too, and who knew KFC had a witness protection progam.. giggle.
    Hugs,
    Babs

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  11. Lucky Earl! The stained glass is beautiful. You did a great job. Trying to get my chickens in a row over here, too, xo

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  12. Lynn, that stained glass is a remarkable piece any chicken crazy person would love. I am also trying to put together a chicken post! Just acquired to chickens this summer -- I find them amusing. Joni

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  13. Beautiful stained glass! I've always been a fan of stained glass - I'd love to learn how to make it :)

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  14. I loved that stained glass and the last joke - may I borrow it some time?

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  15. Hi Lynn! Oh, your stained glass is just beautiful! You're one talented gal! You know I'm laughing my head off at the Rooster with the flamingoes! ;)
    Thanks for coming to my party.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  16. The stained glass rooster is a great piece!

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  17. Your stained glass work of art is beautiful, Lynn!! I hope you keep it front and center!! Love the slate piece, too!

    Great laugh on the disguised rooster!! I never would have guessed!

    XO,
    Jane

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  18. Beautiful stained glass, Lynn. You are indeed talented.
    Still laughing at the last photo. Hope Earl has a great trip. ~ Sarah

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  19. I agree, you are very talented!

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  20. Having just seen the last episode of "In Plain Sight" for the season, your KFC Witness Protection Program poster gave me a giggle. Your stained glass is beautiful. We bought a stained glass window from a restaurant a couple of years ago and are waiting to be able to built it into our new house. I should do a blog post on this, now that I think about it. It is baking related. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  21. You are too funny! Love that Earl is going incognito! The stained glass rooster is gorgeous! You should make a pig one, too.

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  22. Dear Lynn,
    what a fabulous joke is this rooster with the flamingos. Oh, I love that fun. And indeed, your stained glass rooster is so beautiful.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  23. The stained glass is gorgeous! My hubby walked by and saw it...and he adds his WOW, too! Beautiful design! ♥

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  24. What a hoot! That last photo caught me off guard and I laughed out loud. :) Your stained glass rooster is gorgeous! I hope Earl has plenty of sunscreen- otherwise he might be perfect for putting on a tomato sandwich!

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  25. That last pucture really m ade me smile, so cute! Love the stained roo that you made, Lynn, so pretty, and what a thoughtful son's GF!...Christine

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  26. Love the stained glass piece and the slate is the cutest!
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  27. Hi lovely lady.
    I love your stained glass also sweet lady. your rooster is gorgeous !!!
    I hope you have a great week.
    xxooDiane

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  28. Seriously? You made that? I am absolutely in love!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  29. Lynn! That is just the absolute coolest piece. I can't believe you MADE it. WOW! And I love the other roo, too. Neatness!

    Have missed you. I decided to join Shelia's blog party. I'm glad I did!

    Cockadoodledoo...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  30. Hi Lynn, the stained glass is outstanding. Gracious, you are talented!!

    Barb ♥

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  31. Ha, I like the witness protection program :) Thanks for sharing your rooster fun with us at Note Songs, isn't the party fun?!

    Hugs,
    Mary

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  32. You did a marvelous job on the stained glass rooster.

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  33. Thanks for your visit..loved the stained glass you did, awesome! The bit of funny made my day, great stuff! ;D

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  34. Hi Lynn! You have some pretty and unusual roosters here! That stained glass is wonderful! Thanks for coming by! I wonder if you spotted the pigs in my post... I thot of you! But who wouldn't? Haha

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  35. The stained glass piece is very beautiful and unique. And so is the slate.
    The picture at the end made me smile ;-)

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  36. I am def NOT a rooster person, but I love your stained glass!
    LOL the witness protection!

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  37. Wow! Gorgeous stained glass rooster!!!

    Blessings...Betty @ Country Charm

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  38. I love the stained glass! You could sell it for big bucks! Great story on the slate rooster too. You are a fun person-love "your silliness" at the end. Oh, I finally saw the picture of you with your pig nose but can't remember whose blog it was on.

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  39. Looks like Earl has some other friends from the farm. Love that stained glass rooster -- and the witness protection was too cute! Loved that when you put the wrong name on that first comment -- you actually used my daughter's name---funny!

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  40. Oh, Lynn -- KFC protection, lol!! Way too funny :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  41. Oh my gosh.. What a gorgeous work of art!!!! You are too talented!
    Hope you are having a great week

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  42. I'm lovin' that stained glass! I can't believe Earl is at the shore! You better keep an eye on him or he might come back looking like and umpa lumpa for getting his spray tan on! lol

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  43. Thanks for stopping by and "singing" my Sunshine song.

    I better get moving if I am going to make it to Shelia's party ;).

    I have a new blog party, "Bunny Hop Wednesday", and you are invited. The linky is open tomorrow at noon Pacific time. Looking forward to getting to know you.

    xoxo Bunny Jean @ Bunny Jean's Decor and More!
    www.BunnyJeansDecorAndMore.blogspot.com

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  44. The stained glass is gorgeous! Trish

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  45. Thanks for my morning chuckle.

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  46. Love your stained glass - just beautiful. I have always wanted to learn to do that. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Toni

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  47. What a talented lady making your own stained glass!!! I adore your sense of humor! Thanks for stopping by with your sweet comment and visit!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  48. I love, love the stainglass and the last picture, really, so adorable! Now, you did a change from piggies to rooses! A piggy party, maybe???...na!, you'll win big time!! Hugs, FABBY

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  49. Crack me up Lynn! Love the rooster on stilts hiding out with the flamingos. I snorted out loud when I saw that one. It's a wonder Earl didn't hear me and think it was a mating call or something strange like that! LOL It's always fun to have a piece of stained glass in the window for the sunshine to help brighten your day! All my roo's are put away for a while. May come out to play another day..... xo Sue

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  50. Wow I love the stain glass - wonderful! Jennifer

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  51. Love the stained glass chick to bits!

    Veronica
    www.tasselsandtwigs.blogspot.com

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  52. Well ain't you sumethin' making your own stained glass?! Very nice! Thanks for coming by my place! ♥

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  53. What a gorgeous stained glass rooster you've created. It must look amazing with the sun shining through!
    Marianne :)

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  54. Beautiful job on that stained glass! My dh designed a yellow rose stained glass window for me! I love it! He hasn't done any since :-(

    That rooster on stilts cracks me up!

    Katherine

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  55. Gorgeous stained glass piece! Just beautiful!

    Love the fun foto :) Made me smile which is always a good thing to do first thing in the morning! Thank you!

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  56. Love the stained glass roo. You are so talented. The witness protection plan is priceless. Hugs, Ginger

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