Celebrate Easter With The Peanuts Gang! @Snoopy #EasterBeagle #Giveaway #Ad

    It's so exciting to know that Easter is this Sunday.  Not only does it signal Spring, but it is also a time of renewal and an important holiday for many families.  This special time of the year also means that the Easter Beagle is hopping his way to your doorsteps! We have an awesome spring-inspired package to give away to one of you that includes: Easter Beagle Porch Greeter: Guaranteed to give a warm welcome to any visitor. Motivational Peanuts Tin Sign: Springtime brings on feelings of hope, joy, and love; so, what better way to be reminded of that when passing by this special Peanuts tin sign! It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown Coloring Kit: A fun spring break activity that every kid can enjoy. Charlie Brown or Lucy FunkoPop!: An adorable, collectible vinyl figure that is the perfect addition to any Easter basket!*    The Easter Beagle made his television debut on April 9, 1974, when CBS first aired It’s the Easter … [Read more...]

It’s An Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown! @Snoopy #EasterBeagle #Giveaway Ad

    Spring is just around the corner, which means we’ll be seeing some beautiful flowers including daffodils, cherry blossoms—and the Easter Beagle! Yes, our favorite chameleon beagle will be happily hopping from yard to yard, beagle-ears flapping, delivering brightly colored Easter eggs from his Easter basket. Here are some fun facts about the history of the Easter Beagle: A Hopping IntroductionSnoopy first appeared as “the Easter Bunny” on April 14, 1968, but Charles Schulz did not give the character the name “the Easter Beagle” until three years later. In that first 1968 strip, Linus was the only one to witness “the Easter Bunny” dancing around the front yard and hiding eggs in the bushes—Lucy was too busy watching television to notice. On Sunday, April 11, 1971, the Easter Beagle made his official comic-strip debut. Again, Linus was the first one to interact with him (although it’s Lucy who gets the Beagle kiss!). As with the Great Pumpkin, Linus is often … [Read more...]