Guess what time it is?! Peep Wreath Time! Want to decorate your door with this over-the-top pure sugar treat? Check out last year’s tutorial on making a Peep Wreath.
Why eat Peeps when you can craft with them instead? Your dentist will thank you!
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I think I posted on last year’s. I don’t know which way I like it better – mixed or solid colors!
Yeah, I think I’m leaning toward the mixed but it was fun to mix it up this year!
Hahaha, I would never be able to do this. I’d buy all the Peeps and then eat them all instead… LOL.
Who knew you were such a fan?! I’ll know who to talk to if my wreath goes missing. 😉
I am so excited to try this! I’m planning on making 9 for centerpieces. Eee!
What a great idea!
Oooh this one is even cuter than last year! I made your last year version and love it but may do one like this as well!
Thanks! I should admit I was being lazy and was trying to save time by placing an entire row at a time but it’s kinda grown on me.
These are crazy cute. My kids would love them so much. I don’t think we’ll have time to make one, since Easter is in a matter of hours (whoops!) but filing that idea away for next year.
Hah, isn’t it funny how you always find craft projects online the day before the holiday?! I do it all the time.
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