Christmas Tablescape: Snoopy from Peanuts
This is a Snoopy Christmas tablescape that I designed.
I love the way it turned out and I received a lot of compliments from family who attended the party where it was set up.
I put little Snoopy doghouses on each plate as favors.
My daughter helped me fill them with Hershey’s hugs and kisses.
I strung mini Christmas lights from the houses.
The lights on the Snoopy house matched the Christmas cards that went on each place setting.
The Christmas cards have Snoopy sitting atop his doghouse which has Christmas lights on it.
Further, the wrapping paper that I covered the table with has Snoopy carrying Christmas lights.
So adding the Christmas lights on the Snoopy houses tied a lot of the items together—pun not intended this time.
I drew black onto the yellow cups to represent Charlie Brown,
who of course plays a big role in Snoopy’s life.
I had this cute cookie tin that played the theme song from Peanuts.
It says “Peace, Joy, Love” and the white dots on the front light up when the button is pushed to play the song.
It matched some boxes that I had from a circus party that I haven’t posted yet. I loved how the white dots on the boxes matched the white dots on the cookie tin.
I placed Woodstock, Snoopy’s side kick, on the table and put him in a Santa’s hat.
I have an animated twirling Snoopy plush that went on the table as well.
He needed a lot of space because when you push his paw he twirls/spins around and the theme song from Charlie Brown plays.
Finally, I put a few items like red ornaments from, A Charlie Brown Christmas, on the table.
The ornaments contained Peanuts figurines in them.
So I placed those figurines on the tablescape as well.
Supply List for this Christmas Tablescape: Snoopy from Peanuts
Charlie Brown cups (yellow cups + black Sharpie marker)
Wet N Wild Peanuts Snoopy’s Dog House Makeup Sponge Case. These are beauty blender containers that were greatly discounted in the after-Christmas sale for $1.50 each. I knew they would make fun candy holders as well)
hot glue gun and hot glue to attach the lights to Snoopy dog houses
Peanuts animated twirling Snoopy plush _ check eBay (I got this at a white elephant party but I did see it on eBay recently)
Hat from Santa figurine that fit Woodstock
Book and little Snoopy plush: Peanuts – Christmas Is Here! Holiday Gift Set – First Look and Find Activity Book and Snoopy Plush – PI Kids. I found this for $5.00 at Sam’s Club
Charlie Brown figurine— This came inside the red plastic ornament- After Christmas $1.00
Snoopy figurine— This came inside the red plastic ornament- After Christmas $1.00
Peanuts ornaments, see the above
Peanuts Peace, Joy, Love Cookie tin that plays music and lights up Walmart $1.00 after-Christmas sale—although they were 4 a pack in store before Christmas.
Cost Breakdown for this Christmas Tablescape: Snoopy from Peanuts
Each setting cost $6.00 including the plates, cutlery, card, wrapping paper, house, candy, lights, etc. x 8= $48.00
I had most of everything I used for the centerpiece except the following: I did purchase 3 ornaments for $1.00 each, the light-up tin for $1.00, and the $5.00 Snoopy book and plush at Sam’s Club= $9.00
Directions on how to set up this Christmas Tablescape: Snoopy from Peanuts
Wrap your table with wrapping paper and set up the tableware, Christmas cards, etc.
Draw a Charlie Brown shirt design on the cups with black magic marker.
Fill Snoopy dog houses with candy.
Using a hot gun and hot glue, glue dollhouse sized faux Christmas lights on the dog houses.
Stack boxes up and put Snoopy on top, lean Woodstock against the boxes and place a Santa hat on him.
Put the book at the top. Add a dab of hot glue if you can’t get items to stay.
Put a few figurines and the red ornaments they came in around the table.
Place the stand up animated twirling Snoopy front and center and make sure he has enough room to spin.
This tablescape was so fun to design and decorate.
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