Happy New Year from Snoopy and Me

Happy New Year from Snoopy and me! 

I had a lot of fun creating this craft because I love Peanuts and I love coloring. I started by downloading one of the free coloring pages on the Schulz Museum website, reduced the size to 30%, and printed it on Neenah Bristol Vellum (affiliate links here and throughout the post). I colored the image with Prismacolor colored pencils, then cut it out with microtip scissors. That let me get rid of the HONK HONK HONK text that I didn't want.

Next, I used Groundnut font to print Happy New Year! on a separate piece of paper.

I cut the paper to size, then I used green and blue Prismacolor art markers to color the background. 

I used a 0.8 micron pen to draw the line between the grass and the sky, then I glued the cut-out piece into place. I added lines and blades of grass at the bottom of the doghouse. 

Not only are there downloadable coloring pages on the Schulz Museum website, but there are a bunch of different ones at Peanuts.com, including the one I colored for Halloween

Happy New Year to you all! 


  1. Hi, Sorry I haven't been around to check out your blog! TY for alerting me to this post, very cute! Hopefully I'll be around more this year! Happy NY, my friend!


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