Wednesday, March 23, 2016

40-4-Steve: Charles Schulz Museum

Number 3 on the list of 40-4-Steve was a visit to the Charles Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, just under an hour from home. What a great museum! We happily spent about 5 hours there, including exploring the galleries, listening to a cartoonist lecture, playing with props and sets from The Peanuts Movie, completing a scavenger hunt, walking a Snoopy-shaped labyrinth, creating in the art room, and enjoying lunch at the Warm Puppy Cafe while watching a hockey game on the ice rink.



I had a hard time narrowing down the photos for this layout, but knew that I wanted one with each of us in it. I love the photo of Trevor dressed as the WWI Flying Ace. He's sitting on Snoopy's doghouse, though you can't see that in the picture. Steve and I are with cutouts that were used to promote The Peanuts Movie. The sticker in the lower right is the sticker we wore to show we'd paid admission. The Snoopy sticker beside the title is a vintage Hallmark sticker from the early 80's. I fussy-cut it to remove the background, which left just a small yellow outline that works really well with the yellows on the page. A fun page for a really fun day!

3 comments:

  1. HOW FUN! I didn't know that this place existed!! Will have to check into that!!! LOVING your page!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Fun layout!
    That photo of Trevor is adorable!

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