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Sunday, April 2, 2017

The Easter Beagle Giveaway

We're big Peanuts fans in our household. There isn't a holiday that goes by where we don't watch the Peanuts special. With Easter coming up, Peanuts fans should love this giveaway. Open to US residents only through 4/12. Good luck.

It is one of my favorite times of year approaching very soon - Easter. With that comes delightful flowers, birds chirping, warmer weather and a special appearance by my favorite pal, The Easter Beagle!
Enter the The Easter Beagle Giveaway. Ends 4/12
Fill your home and baskets this year with fun toys from Snoopy and all of the Peanuts Gang.
Start with getting in on the Funko Pop! craze with a Charlie Brown Pop! It is adorable and totally reflects Charlie Brown.

Here is a fun activity that kids of all ages will love. An "It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown" Coloring Kit that includes 46 different cards and 10 colored pencils. This can provide hours of joy and entertainment.
Finally, enjoy some laughter with this motivational tin sign from Peanuts. This one has a great saying regarding teamwork. You can check out all the varieties available here.
A Star is Born!
Did you know that The Easter Beagle made his television debut on April 9, 1974? It happened when CBS first aired It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown. Want that cute Easter Beagle in your Easter basket this year? Here is how you can make it happen and what you will win!

Enter to Win!

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries!
Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).
The giveaway ends on 04/12/17 at 11:59pm (ET)
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  1. Snoopy is my favorite Peanuts character! He's the best!

  2. My favorite is Woodstock, hehe :)

  3. I have always been able to relate to Charlie Brown, so going with him as favorite!

  4. My favorite Peanuts character was Lucy. She was so funny running her psychiatrist booth rather than a lemonade stand like most kids.