Roosters Come Out to Play

It’s time for Sheila at Note Songs’, Heart of the Home Party – Roosters and Chickens – and my roosters wanted to join the party. I am sharing some photos of two rooster-themed tablescapes I set BB (Before Blog).

The first table was set with rooster plates I found at a thrift shop. I really love the roped effect on the plate edges.

My good old blue napkins are pressed into service once again as are the blue goblets from Fortessa. This little rooster is singing his heart out to all who will listen.

The centerpiece was simple. I used a wooden vase filled with sunflowers, Momma Hen and her chicks, and the proud rooster and his mobile friend along with some thrifted iron candle stands.

Here is a closer look at Momma Hen and her sweet chicks. She flew into my cart one day while I was shopping at Home Goods. Her vintage look was something I could not leave behind.

And here is a closer look at the mobile rooster. I was fortunate to find him for a song at a yard sale.

This next table was set using some rooster plates I found at Marshalls. I love the bright colors in these square dishes.

I used a thrift store red dinner plate to anchor the rooster dinner plate on the blue placemat. To add a little interest I added a sunflower bowl from Cracker Barrel.

I used the glasses my mother-in-law gifted me one birthday as well as the generous coffee mug which matches the rooster design.

There are those workhorse blue napkins again!

Do you want a closer look at the rooster plate so you can read its message?

I believe this rooster is welcoming you to the day with a multi-lingual good morning call.

In addition to Sheila’s Heart of the Home party, I also plan to join Susan’s Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.

Tammy

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About tammylovesdishes

I love searching for dishes for tablescaping. That leads me to yard sales and thrift shops and fun, fun, fun.
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27 Responses to Roosters Come Out to Play

  1. Lovely!

    I adore roosters.

    Janet xox

  2. Barbara F. says:

    Tammy, I love your dishes! Great thrift store finds!! Always a fan of blue and yellow, and the mobile rooster is too cute. xo,

  3. shelia says:

    Oh, what lovely Rooster tablescapes! Love your dishes and all the special touches! The little Rooster on the little cart is adorable!
    Thank you so much for coming to my party.
    You are a sweetie,

  4. The square plate is just beautiful…so unique and pretty! And that mobile rooster is the cutest! What a great find! ♥

  5. Christine says:

    Lovely, Tammy! I like how you placed the sunflower bowl oat the end of the plate so as not to cover the roo….Christine

  6. Such cute plates! I love Rooster tablescapes also!

  7. Donna says:

    Tammy,
    I love your roosters! I love sunflowers with the roosters …lots of color. The mobile rooster is precious!
    Thank you for visiting me!
    Hugs,
    Donna

  8. Very pretty table, I never would have thought to shift a small bowl to the corner – nicely done.

  9. Cheryl says:

    Checking out some of the party links. I just love your dishes!

  10. Sarah says:

    Tammy, what fun to see your pretty themed table and also the other roos around your place. The one on wheels is absolutely daring and definitely my favorite. What a great find!
    Thanks for joining in the party.

  11. A gorgeous table — don’t know what it is about roosters and sunflowers but they sure GO 🙂

    Blessings!
    Gail

  12. marlis says:

    I really like both of the tables I don’t which i like better, they are both amazing.. I love your first plates and the new square ones. the colors are spectacular.. xo marlis

  13. Gorgeous table! Love those roosters and sunflowers. Thanks for sharing this beautiful setting.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  14. Rettabug says:

    What a great table, Tammy! All your fowl friends look great with those hot colors, especially the sunflower. Dang…why can’t I ever find such cute stuff at Cracker Barrel?? Perhaps if DH would slow down long enough for me to actually SHOP!!! LOL

    LOVE your rooster plates as well as those nice big mugs!
    Thanks for showing us & I’m glad you took photos BB. *wink*

    fondly,
    Rett

  15. Karen says:

    Those are really cute roosters and gorgeous tablescapes. Thanks for visiting.

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  17. Your tablescapes are darling. I particularly like the mobile chicken…he’s wonderful! Thank you for sharing your charming designs. Cherry Kay

  18. The sunflower bowl is the perfect touch!

    – The Tablescaper

  19. Tammi,
    Oh, I’m swooning over your Sunflower bowls, dear!
    What a lovely tablescape! Was good seeing you here @ Shelia’s party!
    Fondly,
    Pat

  20. Super fun table, Tammy! I really like that roped edge on the plates, too!!!

  21. Brenda Kula says:

    Shoot! I meant to get in on this one. Love your momma hen.
    Brenda

  22. Your tabelscape is very lovely.

    Thank you for sharing

    Love,
    Karin Şen Cankan
    karinsfairytale.blogspot.com

  23. Haven’t we all had fun with our roosters this week! Love your fun table and the rooster on wheels especially.

  24. JudyBug says:

    Love the rooster plates!!

  25. Jann Olson says:

    Hi Tammy,
    Thanks for visiting my blog. Glad to find you! Love your rooster dishes. The blue and yellow combo is so pretty. I love it, but the square ones, with the cute message and pop of red are FAB! I can see why you couldn’t pass up mother hen and chicks. The cart rooster was a great find too!

  26. Betsy says:

    I love your rooster dishes and all the sweet accessories. So many beautiful dishes out there to be had at the yards sales and thrift shops. Very nice!

  27. Lauren says:

    Love how you used the round red plates under the square rooster plates and the added round sunflower bowls . . . gorgeous! Thank you for your kind comments on my blog — I couldn’t reply personally (you’re set up as a no-reply blogger). Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment — have a wonderful week!

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