Rooster's Transformed into Tassels

December 18th, 2009 in member junk     
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I pulled out the raffia tail and replaced with ribbon. I drilled a hole in the bottom of the rooster and glued in a ribboned tassel that I made. I used a screw in eye hook and used ribbon for hanging from knob. No rooster farm for this guy.
I pulled out the raffia tail and replaced with ribbon. I drilled a hole in the bottom of the rooster and glued in a ribboned tassel that I made.
This lonely guy is the only one left with his feet and original raffia tail. He is waiting his transformation.
I pulled out the raffia tail and replaced with ribbon. I drilled a hole in the bottom of the rooster and glued in a ribboned tassel that I made. I used a screw in eye hook and used ribbon for hanging from knob. No rooster farm for this guy.

I pulled out the raffia tail and replaced with ribbon. I drilled a hole in the bottom of the rooster and glued in a ribboned tassel that I made. I used a screw in eye hook and used ribbon for hanging from knob. No rooster farm for this guy.


These three roosters had long legs in various lengths. I loved the little guys that purched on top of my frig. Alas, I got a new frig and a wine rack above so off to the rooster farm for these guys...oh but wait...maybe I can transform them...into tassels! Too cute!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, rooster, paintingismypassion, tassels, decoration

Comments (5)

shabbychick writes: These are so cute! You've put them to a great new and clever use!!

Kathy

Posted: 11:39 am on December 23rd
bluebucket writes: So very cute. Love the ribbon tassels.
doreen Posted: 12:39 pm on December 20th
alicemom writes: I see alot of clucking going on!
smiles, alice Posted: 10:07 pm on December 19th
Prior writes: They were too cute to get rid of... glad you thought of a new way to enjoy them. Lezlee Posted: 12:52 am on December 19th
frstyfrolk writes: You did a fabulous job, their is always another way to display than the obvious, that is part of the fun of junking(or not-junking) Let's say, re-purposing!

smiles, cyndi Posted: 12:00 am on December 19th
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