What Rhymes With Octopus? ~ A Little Birdie Told Me...No. 67

Thanks to The Graphics Fairy for the graphic elements I used in this piece.


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"A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday No. 67!
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So, what does rhyme with Octopus? According to the rhyming dictionary it's words like opus, rumpus and grampus.  Great words, no doubt, but do they really rhyme with Octopus?  

Today there's only one "A Little Birdie Told Me..." feature.  Just as I'm hard-pressed to find a word that rhymes with Octopus, I couldn't seem to find another post to feature that would tie in with the one that totally won my heart (more like reached out and grabbed it with all eight arms).  What can I say?  I'm a sucker for cephalopods!


Knockoff: Lord Bodner's Octopus Triptych 
from Revamp Homegoods

Based on a nineteenth century copperplate engraving, Meg recreated this three-paneled masterpiece with black and white latex paint, some clever techniques and lots of talent!

 Click HERE to see how she did it!

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