Friday, April 13, 2012


I love PEEPS. It was a tradition to get them every year for Easter.
My friend Megan got this Peep Banner idea from her mom. Megan & I serve together in Activity Days with the 10&11 year olds. This was such a fun activity.

This is the simplified version for the girls' to make. . .

This is mine. . .

How to:

Trace a peep for your pattern (increase 200%). Cut 2 for each peep.

Stitch around the felt fabric with coordinating color. Add eyes and nose with black paint.

Hot glue the felt peeps to the ribbon spaced evenly (I did 55" long so then I could have loops for hanging) and attach tuelle, fabric strips or fuzzy yarn in between the peeps.

You can make it as long as you need it-just add more of peeps, ribbon and tuelle.

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  1. Peeps are my favorite Easter candy!! But did you know you can have an even yummier version in the summer? If you get the chicks (because they're fatter, but I think the bunnies would work too) & toast them over an open fire... the sugar caramelizes..... THE BEST!!! We buy them after Easter & freeze them for summer campfires.

    1. I could have lived forever without knowing that... Evil I tell ya! ;)

    2. that is such an awesome idea! Now I have to save the rest of my daughter's peeps so we can roast them. Thanks so much!

  2. That banner looks really cute. Thanks for sharing.


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