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"Shaken, not stirred"

Posted by tinfoilhat AZ (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 9, 12 at 15:39

Grey Goose after his 4th martini.
Grey Goose after his 4th Martini, Body is a cotton gin cast steel pulley. Head is made with plow shares, valve springs and pipe slices. Neck is a chain from a hay baler. Wings are car flywheel and irrigation screen. Tail is cotton bale ties. Legs are pipe slices and rebar. Feet are nails and steel from computer cabinet.

Grey Goose after his 4th Martini, Body is a cotton gin cast steel pulley. Head is made with plow shares, valve springs and pipe slices. Neck is a chain from a hay baler. Wings are car flywheel and irrigation screen. Tail is cotton bale ties. Legs are pipe slices and rebar. Feet are nails and steel from computer cabinet.

Grey Goose Head Detail, Plow shares, valve springs, pipe slices, steel punch outs, and tie wire for the blood shot eyes.

Body is a cotton gin cast steel pulley. Head is made with plow shares, valve springs and pipe slices. Neck is a chain from a hay baler. Wings are car flywheel and irrigation screen. Tail is cotton bale ties. Legs are pipe slices and rebar. Feet are nails and steel from computer cabinet.


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RE: "Shaken, not stirred"

...........love me some Grey Goose !!!!!!!


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LOL Gosh, you forgot an important item: Feta Stuffed Olives!!! Love it! Good job.


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I think all the compliments are just gonna run off his back!!! But well worth complimenting anyways!!! GREAT JOB!!!


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Oh my golly...grey goose looks like she's had one too many! What a great job! Love the legs, feet and face....too funny! How do you make the neck chain stay put?? Weld it in place perhaps? You're gonna need a museum if you keep these cool creations coming...thanks for sharing them with us!


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Those are some bloodshot eyes! She better take it easy or the rest of your critters are going to have to straighten her out! Of course I think a couple of them might "fall for her" she's pretty cute!! Jan


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That is sooooooooooooooo great!


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Neat feet too.


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