The Washington Post has an annual “Peep show” contest for folks who create dioramas using marshmallow peeps. It’s always great fun, but this year’s winner is the best one I ever seen:
I can’t access this site no matter how I try to get to it. : ( LOVE PEEPS!
You may just need to be patient. There’s a lot of traffic, and you have to sit through the commercial first. :mad:
Here’s an alternate link just in case it helps: http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/peeps-show-v/2011/04/11/AF3NYHSD_gallery.html
It may also get easier as the week goes on - lot’s of traffic in the early days!
ETA: I just noticed that I can only see the thumbnails unless I hit the “Full Screen” button at bottom right.
Well, it beats eating them
I liked the M.C. Escher Peep. And the Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night peep.
Thanks. Can’t wait to see 'em; especially the two mentioned by Cal.
They’re all wildly creative, but I love the Noah’s ark one. Cute!
The Chicago Tribune’s Marshmallow Peeps Diorama contest also had the Chilean mine rescue among its top finalists:
Dull bunch of entries this year, though. Peeps fans may want to check out prior year’s galleries: