This is a sponsored post
Peeps Easter Collection Giftbasket Giveaway
|Peeps Easter Bunny Patch Cake, Image from MarshmallowPeeps.com|
Kids and big kids at heart still squeal with delight when they discover these fluffy sugar coated marshmallow chick and bunny treats in their Easter baskets. They're wonderful to eat straight out of the package, too. But, until I did some research for this post and created the Peeps Girls Easter Hairband craft pictured below, I had no idea how hugely popular they have become as ingredients in creative recipes, wonderful arts and crafts and lots more that fans have been dreaming up.
|Peeps Girls Easter Hairband, Image from MommyBlogExpert.com|
All I've curated here may surprise you, too. Each and every Peeps DIY project referenced in this post is easy enough for you and your children to make together. What ever you choose to do, you can look forward to fun and quality time with the whole family.
Here are some of my favorite Peeps discoveries that go way beyond just eating them to sweeten your holiday!
|Peeps Bunny Baby Bunting, Image from AllParenting.com|
Arts & Crafts
- Peeps Girls Hairband, Hair Bow or Barrette
- Peeps Bunny Baby Bunting Holiday Nursery Decor
- Peeps Fabric Easter Party Garland Decoration
|Easter Peeps Floral Centerpiece, Image from Parenting.com|
|Pixie Stick Peeps Pops, Image from Lovefromtheoven.com|
|Snapshot of SocialMoms Peeps Pinterest Board|
|Peeps-Infused Vodka, Image from BakingBites.com|
Easter Candy Leftover Ideas
The Peeps ideas are endless...
|Easter Peeps Wreath, Image from LisaFrostStudio.com|
Peeps Fans Will Also Love These Posts
FTC Disclosure: I disclose that Peeps and Company provided me with their entire 2014 Easter candy collection to faciliate a series of MBE posts. I did not receive any payment or other compensation. All opinions in this post are my own. The brand is also providing the prize package and shipping for the associated Peeps Easter Giftbasket Giveaway MBE is hosting. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.