I know. Peeps can be eaten all year long, so the Peeps Project COULD go on for a long time, but that's not gonna happen. Sorry. So here are the last of the Peeps ideas, at least for now. First of all, let me show you the project Crackers and I did. We made a wreath and added Peeps to it, and it came out so cute!
We started with a piece of poster board, and traced a big Tupperware bowl for the circle. Then we traced a smaller bowl in the middle, to make a ring. We cut out the ring, and then taped it shut where we cut into it to cut the hole out. (That tape won't show, so it doesn't matter that it's bright turquoise.)
Then we glued Easter grass all over the ring, and glued plastic Easter eggs around the circle. We thought it needed a little more ooomph! so we also glue some curly ribbon pieces to it. It looked really cute!
Were we done? Hmmm....not sure.........Nope! Not quite! It needed some Peeps!
Then Crackers decided she wanted her picture taken with it! Isn't she cute?
Now, for some more ideas!
|10 ways to decorate with Peeps|
|Peeps Sunflower Cake|
|Another version of the centerpiece. This one can be purchased already |
made from FlowerDuet.com .
|Paint chip Peeps! Amazing!|
|Pretzel nests for the Peeps|
|Wow! What a feast!|
Okay. I'm all Peeped out! Hope you enjoyed the ride. There are so many ideas out there for using Peeps. Just Google it and find out. Goodbye for now and love to all,