Wednesday, 28 October 2009

CHALLENGE 22 - FOWL PLAY

I'll start off this week's Cockadoodle Cluck challenge with this gloriously happy rooster and his "women". He really has something to crow about. .... and very little competition! I can't wait to see what shows up this week from our talented crew. Have fun!

41 comments:

  1. My (ahem) colorful rooster is on my blog.

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  2. Here's my entry for this week's challenge.


    Harold and Lucy

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  3. http://ravenpainting.blogspot.com/2009/10/barnyard-blues.html

    My Barnyard Blues is on my blog.

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  4. I thougt; let's make a "Chick" manipulation !
    :-)
    You can watch it on my blog.

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  5. My 'fowl' family are on my blog!

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  6. My fowl is actually working not playing.

    HERE

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  7. Here is my entry.

    http://artic-blonde-creations.blogspot.com/2009/10/three-muses-fowl-play.html

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  8. Hi Everyone!!! I finally have the right week...I made a new piece this week...hope you enjoy it!!!

    here is my piece...Molly out for a night of fowl play...Halloween style

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  9. I just had fun with the color of the rooster! Of course when you look this good, you are bound to attract the "chicks"!
    http://wwwpeggysamusement.blogspot.com/2009/10/3-muses_27.html

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  10. Hello Ladies,
    my entry is on my blog
    Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. http://johanna-mixedmediafun.blogspot.com/2009/10/3-muses-fowl-challenge.html

    i chose to take the biggest fowl;)

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  12. I had such fun with this so thanks for a marvellous challenge!
    A Work of Art?
    Thanks for looking.

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  13. Good morning! My altered book spread is on my blog http://saksetjaliimaa.blogspot.com/2009/10/three-muses-fowl-play-kanat-ja-kukot.html
    Thank you for looking!

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  14. I've got two poses from the same chicken - he's very vain and kept egging me on to paint him again...
    http://all-the-wright-stuff.blogspot.com/2009/10/am-i-chicken-noodlehead.html

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  15. My rather nasty one is here
    Have a great day everyone:o)

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  16. A very funny and entertaining piece Bev. Love it.

    You can find mine on my blog.

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  17. here is my first attempt at a Three Muses Challenge ... on my blog

    http://thelinenshelf.blogspot.com/

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  18. I didn't find the time to make an entry this week. Will be looking at the other entries later this week.

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  19. Thanks for another great challenge !!

    Here's my entry:

    http://juliavanderwerf.blogspot.com/2009/10/fowl-play.html#links

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  20. My entry for fowl play is on my blog
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/
    thanks for looking.
    stamping sue

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  21. Wow lots of players this week. Mine is up on my blog and I added a little freebie!

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  22. My pic is on my blog,grear challenge Bev!!

    http://pigsinpink.blogspot.com/2009/10/three-muses-fowl-play.html

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  23. I didn't think I'd make it this week, so I've had some fun...!! great example!!

    http://alteredartandstuff.wordpress.com/2009/10/28/cockadoodle-cluck/

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  24. here is my entry for this gourgious challenge!

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  25. I decided again to take a humorous approach to this theme. My entry is on my blog

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  26. My first Three Muses challenge is on my blog.
    I think they are the farm relations of Harold and Lucy as seen on the second post from the top.
    You have to read my post to understand.
    My Entry

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  27. My entry is on my blog.
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    http://vintagewil.blogspot.com/

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  28. Here's Mine!
    And I didn't use ANY fowl language.

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  29. I made another one, I hope that is OK?!

    You can see it on my blog.

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  30. After a but confusion;o)
    Really fun to do, thanks for the challenge!
    Here is my entry http://wwwtricolore.blogspot.com/2009/10/fowl-play.html

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  31. A little on the late side! This is my first time here but I hope to do more.
    here's mine

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  32. Not sure if this qualifies but I thought I would look at the challenge from a different view - hope it fits.

    http://danishstamper.blogspot.com/2009/10/3-muses-challenge-22.html

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  33. The Story of Rooster Booster


    Now, the story of Rooster Booster, my mother kept chickens and had a Victory Garden. It was part of the war effort to grow your own food. She started out with Bantam chickens which are very small. She had hens and a rooster and the hens laid tiny eggs. Later, she got some Leghorn chicks and they guaranteed that these chicks were all female but one of them slipped under the radar and and he was male, very much so. When those little chicks were growing up Rooster Booster, the Bantam, used to pick on that Leghorn rooster chick. He gave him such a hard time. Of course the Leghorn chicks got bigger. The Leghorn rooster started to get tall and lanky. As an adolescent he was still scared of the Bantam rooster who would chase him around. This little Bantie rooster chasing around this big old Leghorn was quite a funny sight to see. One fine day the Leghorn rooster realized that he was bigger! He turned on the Bantam and, well, that was the end of Rooster Booster. You could say that it was the end of tyranny or whatever you want but it was curtains for Rooster Booster.

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  34. Cluckle doodle doooooo! My entry is on my blog!

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  35. I'm BAAAAACCCCKKKK!!!!!

    Here's my entry, "Birds of a Feather":

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_kg572F0aKsg/Su7jY-j_RCI/AAAAAAAAAyk/VHRGFtIYqTA/s1600-h/Birds+of+a+Feather.jpg

    Come over to my blog, and pick up a huge heap of Freebies while you're there:
    www.pixelmusicscraps.blogspot.com

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  36. 40 Comments! Will visit as many as I can!
    My tale of feathered love is... better late than never?
    Junosplace (see link in sidebar)
    juno
    xx

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