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Friday, August 29, 2008

Labor Day Signals the End of Summer

Well here it is the last waning days of summer. School is back in session and Labor Day is upon us. Labor Day brings a goodbye to summer and an anticipation for things ahead like Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Labor Day is actually a holiday for workers. It signifies the economic and social gains workers have made.

In most countries Labor Day is celebrated on May 1st and is called May Day. It orginated with a movement for the 8 hour day. Eight hours for work, eight hours for play and eight hours for sleep.

Anway it is a great holiday. You don't have to cook a large meal, dress up or buy gifts. So if you think that is a plus it's the holiday for you! Personally I like it.

I love Halloween and here at C & P Treasures, we are getting ready to list some great Halloween items. We have costumes, decorations, flags, inflatables and lots of other great things. Keep reading this blog to hear my scariest experience ever! I will tell you about it when Halloween gets a little closer. I would love to hear everyone else's scariest experience too.

C & P Treasures

Here are some great buys!

Lighted Kids Umbrella

Tonka Dump Truck

Kissing Labrador Retriever Salt & Pepper Shakers

Little Mermaid Under the Sea Game

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Do You Believe In Santa Claus?

I can't really remember ever believing in Santa Claus. To the best of my recollection I always knew Mom, Dad and the Grandparents were really Santa Claus. However, I did know some children who had a firm belief in the jolly old fat man.

Some people don't like the myth of Santa Claus. Some feel it detracts from the religious meaning of the holiday. Others believe it is not right to tell your children a story about a stranger bringing gifts to all good little boys and girls when they know it is a lie. Still others believe Santa is just a symbol of commercialism representing the commercialization of Christmas.

Personally, I don't see the harm in a little belief in the magical. At least for the time when you still can believe in such things. The harsh realities of life will come soon enough. Who can resist smiling at the way a child's face lights up at the sight of Santa? What can be wrong in that?

Anway, Santa has visited C & P Treasures and left lots of great things in the store. Check them out. Maybe some of them will make your little angel's face light up!

Bratz Trinity 2006 Holiday Doll

Fast Talkin Lightning McQueen Car

Avon Christmas Bears Holiday Band Trio

Batman Begins Batmobile

Hello Kitty Toss Across

Hannah Montana Concert Doll & Tin Handbag Set

Here Puppy Puppy Pound Puppy

Monday, August 25, 2008

You Can Never Start Christmas Shopping Too Early

This year Christmas is on Thursday. There are 120 shopping days left until Christmas. I beleive in early Christmas Shopping to avoid the crowds. I have things I have bought during the year stuffed everywhere. I hide them in closets and chests and sometimes in the garage, depending on how big the gift.

The down side to this is I have found things hidden away I had completely forgotten. I might come across them the next July and think "Oh I forgot I had that!" But then I am just a little ahead for that year I guess.

Christmas wreaths placed on a door symbolize welcome and long life to all who enter.

Alabama was the first state in the U.S. to declare Christmas a legal holiday in
1836. Oklahoma was the last state to declare Christmas a legal holiday in 1907.

The first printed reference to Christmas trees appeared in Germany in 1531.

The first Christmas card was printed in 1843 in England for Sir Henry Cole.

Franklin Pierce was the first president to decorate the White House tree.

Rudolph was created in the 1930's by Montgomery Ward as an advertising promotion.

Christmas became a national holiday in the United States on June 26, 1870.

Just some fun facts. We have a lot of great toys and gift items in C & P Treasures. Begin your Christmas shopping with us. We will be adding Halloween and Christmas items in the coming weeks, so check our store often. Here are a few terrific things you might like!

Disney Princess Lamp

Hide N Seek Safari Jungle Tiger

Erector Dump Truck

Lego Dino Attack

Friday, August 22, 2008

Chupakabra Rosie Strikes Again

Well my dog, which we have decided is a direct descendent of a Chupakabra, is still on her rampage through life. This week she has decided to take pictures off the refrigerator and chew them up. She chewed up a picture of my niece in her angel Halloween costume my Mom had made especially for her. I can't replace the picture because I took it with a digital camera and due to a computer crash, I lost the picture. Needless to say I am not happy with Rosie this week.

Rosie's exuberance in greeting people is also becoming rather lethal. She knocked my sister to the floor trying to get in front of her, because Rosie always wants to be the leader.

After this incident my sister concluded Rosie is out of control. She looked up ways to keep your dog from jumping on people. One suggestion was to cross your arms in front of you and say no. This did not work.

The second suggestion was put about 20 pennies in a tin can. Every time the dog begins to jump on someone rattle the can. This is supposed to scare the dog and eventually they will quit jumping on people. I will let you know how this one turns out. Cross your fingers and pray for me.

Well that is all about Rosie for now. Check out the great new items in C & P Treasures. In the coming weeks we will be listing Fall Decor items, Halloween costumes and Halloween decorations. Check us out.

E.T. Collectible Limited Edition Figurine

Fall Bears Fall Flag

Pink Puppy Surprise Dog

Zultan Animated Arcade Fortune Teller

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Decorate Your Kids Room With a Great Theme

It can be easy and fun to decorate a child's room. With a little imagination, you can give them a room they will love.

When my niece was younger she loved dogs. She loved the movie "101 Dalmatians". She even loved the live action one. Unfortunately, I did not share her view. Anyway, we decided to fix her room up as a surprise. I bought a 101 Dalmatians comforter for her bed. It was very cute. It had Lucky the pup and was trimmed with bones.

I bought some wall border which had puppies and kittens. We did two of her walls with the wall border. I also found some 101 Dalmatians wall stencils. We stenciled a doghouse and some colorful bones around it on one wall.

I also found a used 101 Dalmatians clock on Ebay which I bought for not much of anything. The clock was a great touch.

I bought some plain blue curtains to match the blue in the comforter. We added further touches by hanging a wall shelf and placing little dog figurines on the shelf. My niece used to buy these little figurines at garage sales and as it turned out they made great decorations for her room.

She loved the room and it was very cute. The best thing was it didn't cost much money. We just tied everything in to match the comforter.

Of course she is a teenager now and the dogs are long gone. But I still miss them!

If you are thinking of decorating your child's room in a theme, C & P Treasures has some great comforter sets. Check them out.

The Little Mermaid Twin Comforter & Sheet Set

Transformers Twin Comforter & Sheet Set

Cars Lightning McQueen Twin Comforter & Sheet Set

Spongebob Squarepants Twin Comforter

Tinker Bell Twin Comforter

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Don Johnson Does Disney!

Don Johnson is my favorite actor. I was very excited to see he is actually making Hollywood movies again. He is playing Kristen Bell's father in a Disney movie "When in Rome".

He is also has a part in the independent movie "A Good Old Fashioned Orgy". He also plays a father in that one, a role he plays in real life with 5 children.

Anyway I have been a fan even before Miami Vice. I first noticed Don Johnson in the TV miniseries "The Rebels". I thought he was gorgeous. I still do. He has aged very well.

I have listed some of my favorite DJ movies available at Amazon. Paradise is my particular favorite. Elijah Wood plays a boy who comes to spend the summer with a friend of his mother. Melanie Griffith plays the friend, Lily. She is married to Don Johnson, Ben. Their marriage is in a state of limbo after the death of their 3 year old son. The boy's life changes through his relationship with the couple and he changes their lives as well. It is a great movie with great performances. If you haven't seen it, give it a try.

Well anyway, I have listed some great new things in C & P Treasures. Check them out!

Miss Spider Shimmer Costume

Flintsones Dino Costume

Renaissance Queen Girls Costume

Queen of Hearts Ladies Costume

Temple Dancer Egyptian Ladies Costume

Monday, August 18, 2008

Christmas in August

I love to do my Christmas shopping early. I hate crowded stores and frenzied last minute shopping trips! Christmas is supposed to be the time of love and peace, but I find many people to be very rude during the Christmas season, especially when trying to grab the last Elmo on the shelf. I can do without it.

I do love the Christmas holiday, however. Some of my best childhood memories are of Christmas time. I can remember the house being filled with the smell of my Grandmother's Christmas cookies. She also made divine Coconut Balls. They just melted in your mouth. We didn't get a lot of toys and gifts but we always got something we wanted. It was a great time.

Anway if you are one of those early Christmas shoppers I have begun listing some great Christmas items. We always have great deals on toys. Check out some of our latest offerings.

Sandra Kuck Kissing Angels Throw

Snoopy Winter Fun Ornaments

Hallmark Howdy Doody Ornaments

Calico Kittens Smart Cookie Figurine

Sandra Kuck Snowman Throw

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Fall Is Just Around the Corner!

Fall is my favorite time of year and it is just around the corner.  This week has been unseasonably cool and rainy where I live.   The air already has a fall feeling.  I love the changing of the colors that autumn brings.  The trees will be ablaze with red and orange and the air will be cool and crisp.

Fall also brings my favorite holiday, Halloween.  Every Halloween we decorate our yard with a haunted house with a graveyard in the front.  We have ghosts, witches with brewing cauldrons and jack o'lanterns galore.  The kids love it when they come trick or treating.  I actually enjoy decorating for Halloween more than Christmas.  It's such spooky fun! 

When I was a kid we always gathered around the TV to watch It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.  It is still my favorite Halloween cartoon.  We still watch it every year.  Peanuts is timeless and Snoopy is a superstar.

I have began to add fall items in my store.  I have listed some great hoodie jackets at bargain prices.  I will be adding more jackets in the coming days.  I have also added a few other new things including a Cars Lightning McQueen Talking Alarm Clock Lamp, Tinker Bell Twin Comforter and Barbie Fairytopia Magic of the Rainbow Enchanted Giftset. 

Elmo Jacket

Be sure to keep checking C & P Treasures often as we will be listing Halloween costumes, decorations and fall decorating items soon.  Here are some of the great things listed now.  Check them out.

Barbie Fairytopia Giftset

Cars Lightning McQueen Talking Clock Lamp

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Rosie Possibly Related to Chupakabra?

Just thought I would update everyone on the adventures of Rosie the Wonder Dog. Yesterday I viewed the videos of the cop who caught a supposed chupakabra on his dashboard camera. As I watched the animal run down the road I couldn't help but think this thing looks like a dog or a coyote to me. When it turned around slightly and showed its long snout, I thought, well it's a kind of a mixed up breed of coyote and wolf maybe.

Then I looked over at Rosie. Rosie has a long snout. We were told at the animal rescue they believed she was part terrier. So given her long snout, sharp teeth and penchant for chewing through anything she can find, I have decided maybe the other half of her parentage is chupakabra.

Anyway as I was cleaning up in the kitchen last night I kept hearing something rattling in the utility room. I finally decided to investigate. There was Rosie helping herself to a bottle of water from the case of water stored in the utility room. She just looked at me as if to say "What?". I had to laugh in spite of myself.

Then after I had shooed her out of the utility room, I went back to my cleaning. A few minutes later I turned around and there was Rosie chewing up three paper bowls she had pulled out of somewhere. It was at this point the chupakabra theory didn't seem so farfetched. Rosie is a breed all to herself!

Well more about Rosie in upcoming posts if I survive. Check out some of the great new items at C & P Treasures.

My Little Pony Tin Handbag

Disney Snow White and Prince Snowglobe

Kim Anderson Love is Kind Figurine

Thomas the Tank Train Lamp

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Electronic Stealth FX Sais

Monday, August 11, 2008

Collectors Dream Brass Key Disney Princess Dolls

Brass Key is a small family owned business who started out making such things as brass beds. The company is based in Seattle, Washington and was founded by Bill and Margaret Suiter.

While visiting one of their brass bed vendors Suiter's daughter noticed a room full of beautiful dolls and the Brass Key doll idea was born. Brass Key entered the doll market in the 1990's.

Their dolls were first featured in the Nordstrom catalog and later carried by Target stores. The dolls were great sellers.

The wonderful thing about Brass Key dolls is their beauty. Their faces are exquisite as well as their outfits. They are fit for any collector yet they are very affordable.

Brass Key won over the very selective Disney Company with their beautiful dolls and attention to detail. The first Disney Princess line was launced in 2002. The line has featured many Disney Princesses including Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Jasmine and even Tinker Bell.

Brass Key has also introduced a new line of Disney Holiday Villages including Pooh's 100 Acre Wood, Cinderella and Snow White cottages. Great for holiday decorating!

In 2004 Brass Key was awarded Disney's Vendor of the Year. Quite an honor for this little doll company.

I love the Brass Key dolls. They are beautiful and elegant. They look gorgeous on display. Brass Key has different sizes of dolls. The large dolls are 16" and they also have 7" dolls.

I have just added 3 sets of Brass Key Dolls in my store. The new line of Disney Princess Enchanted Nursery dolls is adorable. I have a set of Cinderella, Snow White and Aurora Enchanted Nursery dolls. I also have two sets which feature Belle and Snow White. Two from the Spring Bouquet Collection, Snow White from the Royal Ball Collection and Belle from the Blossoms Collection.

I will also be listing some 16" Brass Key dolls including Ariel and Aurora. Check back at Christmas as I will also have some of the Holiday Villages listed.

Check out the beautiful Brass Key Dolls I have for sale.

Brass Key Snow White & Belle Doll Set

Brass Key Snow White & Belle Bouquet Set

Brass Key Snow White Aurora Cinderella Enchanted Nursery Dolls

Friday, August 8, 2008

Trivia Facts on Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit

Did you know that:
Beatrix Potter did not go to school.

She loved and studied nature.

She painted beautiful landscapes.

The tales of Peter Rabbit was a letter written to an ill little boy in 1893.

Petter Rabbit was not been out of print since 1902.

She wrote 22 other books and bought a farm with the proceeds.

She raised sheep.

She created the first patented stuffed toy in 1903, which makes Peter Rabbit the oldest licensed character.

There was a movie made about her life entitled "Miss Potter".

She was played by Renee Zellweger.

Some of her other stories include: "The Tale of Benjamin Bunny", "The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy Winkle" and "The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies".

I particularly loved Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton Tail when I was a child. These stories are indeed timeless tales.

I have two adorable Peter Rabbit Jewelry Boxes in my store. Check it out.

Peter Rabbit Musical Jewelry Box

Peter Rabbit Round Musical Jewelry Box

Thursday, August 7, 2008

The Changing Role of Libraries

Anyone who still thinks a library is just a boring, stuffy place where you have to be quiet, has not visited the library lately. Libraries are evolving into more of a center for the community.

You can still find a great book at the library, but there is so much more being offered by libraries today. My sister is the local librarian and she is constantly organizing and planning programs for all age groups. The programs provide fun, safe and educational passtimes for the kids especially in the summer when school is out. In our small town this is particularly helpful, since there are not many things for the kids to do during the summer.

The library offers computers with internet access, DVD's for checkout, books on cassette and CD, magazines for all ages, local newspapers and much more. The latest bestsellers are always available for those who love to read.

Most people think a librarian's job is easy and the librarian gets to read a lot. My sister laughs when someone says "I'll bet you get to read a lot!". In fact she hardly ever has time to read a book and certainly never at work.

There are many steps in having a library program. First you have to think of an activity that is appropriate for the age group you are targeting. Then you have to decide the cost and what materials you will need. What is the best time to schedule the program so it doesn't coincide with other activities in the community.

One of the greatest problems, is getting enough volunteers to help make the program a success. Since my sister is the only library employee, she has to rely on volunteers to help with many things. That is how I became a permanent library volunteer. I was sorta of drafted. But I usually enjoy it.

There is also the need for sponsors for some programs. Sponsors provide prizes, refreshments or money to purchase whatever is necessary. Getting sponsors can also be a difficult task.

Our library has had some really great programs. There is Cooks & Books where the participants bring a dish and submit their recipe. The recipes are compiled into a book which everyone at the program receives. This is a yummy program that everyone enjoys.

Gaming tournaments is the newest program. The library has held a Guitar Hero tournament and has recently acquired a Wii. The next tournament will be Rock Band. We are hoping to have a Battle of the Bands, with the kids forming rock bands to compete.

Movie Time is another program the kids like. Two Fridays a month is movie day. A great family movie is shown in the Library Meeting Room. There is a big screen TV for viewing movies and gaming activities.

Every summer the library hosts the Summer Reading Program. Summer Reading has a different theme each year. The program encourages kids to read. There are stories, crafts and refreshments. Along with Summer Reading are special programs such as Magicians, Storytellers and Animal Programs where kids get to learn about and touch different kinds of critters. The Summer Reading program is always kicked off with a Pet Parade. All the kids get to bring their pets to the library lawn. Each pet receives a prize and treats. The kids love this one!

Last year was the first Halloween Fun Night. This is one of my favorites, since I love Halloween. There are games, Fortune Tellers, Scary Stories, Prizes and food. This program requires lots of volunteers and sponsors. The community has been great to support the Halloween Program. This year there will be a Murder Mystery game for the teens. We are hoping that will turn out to be a success.

In addition to all these programs there has been a Cowboy Concert Ice Cream Social, Christmas Giving Tree Program, Computer Classes and Educational Presentations. They are all great programs.

So as you can see if you haven't visited the library lately, you are missing out! Go visit your local library!

Our library has to discard old books to make room for new ones, so sometimes I come across some great finds in the library discards. I have found some rare books that have been pulled from the shelves as well as just some great old books that might be hard to find. When I find these I list them in my store. Check often to see new book finds. Here are some I have listed right now. Check them out.

The Art and Life of W. Herbert Dunton

Sam Snead Golf

Margaret Lea Houston Biography

Artist as Photographer

Lee's Lieutenants

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

The Little Mermaid Happy or Sad

The Little Mermaid is one of my favorite Disney films. I took my niece to see it when it was first released. I loved the vibrant colors of the film and the characters were very likable, unlike some later Disney films.

Disney is very good at adapting fairy tales into big screen film fare. However, the Disney version is usually a much happier version of the original fairy tale.

Ariel Enchanted Princess Doll

The Little Mermaid was written by Hans Christian Andersen, a Danish author. It was first published in 1837. It is the tale of a mermaid who gives up everything she knows to become human and gain the love of a prince. The Little Mermaid sees a prince from afar and believes she is in love with him. Her grandmother tells her that humans do not live as long as merpeople, who live 300 years, but they do have a soul and when they die they gain a spiritual life. When merpeople die they just turn to seafoam.

The Little Mermaid desperate for her prince asks the Sea Witch for help. The Sea Witch gives her a potion which gives her legs but renders her mute. The Little Mermaid has the most beautiful voice in the world. The potion gives her legs but walking on them is extremely painful.

The Witch tells the Mermaid that if the prince does not love her and marry her then she will not gain a soul. If he marries another the Little Mermaid will die of a broken heart and turn into seafoam.

Little Mermaid Ariel Ballerina Doll

The prince is attracted to the Little Mermaid, even though she is mute, but alas he is in love with a princess. He eventually marries the princess. The Little Mermaid is devastated, now not only will she not get her prince, she will dissolve into seafoam at daybreak. Her sisters come to her with a knife the Sea Witch has given them in return for their hair. If she will slay the prince she may live.

Alas, she still loves the prince and can not kill the prince as he sleeps next to his bride. She is doomed to die at daybreak and so she does. But instead of dissolving she feels warm! She has turned into a spirit, daughter of the air. She has been granted this honor because she wanted with all her heart to have an eternal soul.
Little Mermaid Ariel Ballerina Doll

One could debate whether this was a happy or sad ending for the Little Mermaid. She did not get the prince, but she did gain a soul. Of course this story reflected the morals and beliefs of Victorian times. Fairy tales were written to scare children into being good.

Of course the Disney version has a much happier ending, with Ariel gaining her voice and her prince. There is no mention of souls.

I have several Little Mermaid items in my store. Check them out for a great bargain.

Ariel and Flounder Tote Bag

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

My Dog Rosie aka Gator Girl

I thought today I would share some of my adventures with Rosie. Rosie"s picture appears here next to my profile. Rosie came to live with us in March 2008. My 5 year old niece wanted a puppy. Since I strongly believe in adopting pets who need a home, I contacted several pet rescue operations in our area.

We looked at pictures of several dogs and decided to take a trip to a nearby town to meet some of the dogs we were interested in adopting. We looked at several puppies and dogs but Ally, my niece, didn't seem to take to any of them. Then the lady told us there were two little puppies who had been found in the trash. A woman had been fostering them at her home, bottle feeding them. Well we went to her house to see them.

When we drove up the two puppies were in the front yard playing. When we approached them the little black and white one ran up to Ally and began to bite her toes. Ally fell in love with her immediately. The puppy was tiny but had a big potbelly from being bottle fed. So Ally scooped her up, named her Rose and we took her home.

That was only the beginning of our Rosie adventures. Ally and Rosie played very well together and all was well at first. Ally is my brother's daughter. He and his wife are divorced so Ally is only with us every other week in the summer and every other weekend during the school year. So Ally had to go back to her Mom's at the end of the week. So it was decided Rose would stay at my house since my brother works nights and sleeps during the day.

Well Rosie began to grow and grow. She is now bigger than our Cocker Spaniels. So every time Ally returned Rose was bigger and rowdier. She loves to jump and chew. So now she is too much for Ally to handle. So it has come to pass that Rosie is now my dog.

We call her Gator Girl because she has the sharpest teeth I have ever seen on a dog. Any shoe left in the floor is chewed up. This has been a source of contention, since Brittany, my other niece who lives with me, never picks up her shoes or anything else for that matter.

Rosie lopes through life at a happy, unaware of her annoyance factor, pace. She has a constant grin on her face even when she is in trouble. She does not understand the word no. She thinks it means "Let's play some more."

I would pit Rosie up against Marley any day. I think she could take him. I have come home to discover some amazing things Rosie has been up to including, shredded catalogs, shredded bills, chewed up shoes, clothes from the laundry scattered through the house, plants knocked over, the bottom of the dresser chewed up, the bathroom cabinet also chewed on, the curtains pulled down and last but certainly not least one day I came home to find she had crapped on the couch. That is right, she went number two on the sofa. I simply couldn't beleive it, There was Rosie greeting me with her usual goofy grin as if to say "Look what I did!"

We have read every dog behavior modification tip but nothing works with Rosie. Admittedly we work a lot and are not home enough to really reinforce the training but I am not sure it would ever take with Rosie.

With all this I know it sounds strange but I love that naughty dog with all my heart. You just have to laugh and go on.

I have listed several new items in my store. Take a look. And be sure to come back for updates on Rosie's latest naughty deeds.

Breyer Stablemates Hidalgo Buffalo Bill Playset

Barbie Poison Ivy and Invisible Woman Dolls

Barbie Princess Clara in Crown Case

Monday, August 4, 2008

Backpacks and Safety

Backpack Facts: More than 40 million students in the United States carry backpacks.

It is recommended that a loaded backpack weigh no more than 15% of a students weight.

Backpacks should be positioned lower so it approximates the body's center of gravity and has the least impact on posture.

It is Back to School Time and I have some great deals on backpacks! Check out my great backpack deals.

Jay Jay the Jet Plane Backpack

Tinker Bell Backpack

Spiderman Backpack

Hillary Duff I Connect Speakers Backpack

Pirates of the Caribbean Backpack and Lunch Kit

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Stone Cold Steve Austin Cookie Jar

The only reason I know Stone Cold Steve Austin is because he had a recurring role on Nash Bridges the last couple of years it ran. He played Detective Jake Cage and was a romantic rival to Nash, played by Don Johnson. He wasn't a bad actor although I don't think he was Emmy material or anything.
He was actually born Steve Anderson in 1964 and later adopted the name of his stepfather which was Williams. His family lived in Texas. When he began wrestling another relatively well know wrestler had the name Dr. Death Steve Williams so he adopted the name of his hometown Austin. He developed a wrestling maneuver named the Stone Cold Stunner.
I have just listed a Stone Cold Steve Austin Cookie Jar. I had forgotten I even had it but came across it the other day when I was organizing some things. If you are a fan you will love it. Check it out.
Stone Cold Steve Austin Cookie Jar

Friday, August 1, 2008

Snoopy is a Merchandising Star

Did you know that Peanuts was the first comic strip to be published as a book? This launched a whole new genre in publishing. The creation of a Snoopy Datebook started a whole new concept of character merchandising. Snoopy was really an innovator!
Did you know Peanuts creator Charles Schulz didn't like naming his comic strip Peanuts? He thought the name meant insignificant or doesn't matter. But his publisher loved the name so Peanuts marched into comic infamy.
Snoopy merchandise is still very popular. Many people collect Snoopy items.
I carry Peanuts merchandise in both of my stores. Check it out.
Its the Great Pumpkin Lunch Box

Porcelain Linus Figure

Porcelain Charlie Brown Figure

Lighted Its The Great Pumpkin Window Decoration

Snoopy Golf Photo Frame

Snoopy Charm Watch

Snoopy Haunted Doghouse Flag

50 Years of Peanuts Tee

Snoopy Winter Fun Set of 2 Ornaments