Just Peep It

I may not celebrate Easter, but there is one Easter tradition I love, The Washington Post’s Peeps Diorama Contest. Unfortunately, last year which was the tenth anniversary of the contest, was also the last where participants were asked to create a scene from current events, history and pop culture with one catch, all the characters in the…

Peeps is the Word

One of my favorite spring related things is The Washington Post’s Peeps Diorama Contest. Now in it’s 10th year, the contest asks you to create a scene from current events, history, pop culture or anything else but all the characters in the scene need to be played by Peeps. The winner and semifinalists will be announced on…

Web Finds

Some of my favorite finds from the web. Domino’s How We’d Style the Fuller House After watching the whole first season of Fuller House, not much changed in the set design for the living room and kitchen, but Domino’s ideas are amazing. The wallpaper that they picked for D.J.’s room in the photo above I’m…

Peep-tacular

Easter is a week away which means that it is time for The Washington Posts 2015 Peeps Diorama Contest. For nine years The Washington Post has held the diorama contest which asks you to create a scene from history, current events, pop culture or whatever else you can think of with one simple rule, all the…

Peep-tastic

Easter is almost here which means that store shelves are filled with Peeps. I love Peeps, how can you not enjoy a marshmallow shaped into a cute animal? Type Peeps into a Pinterest search and you’ll find all kinds of ways to decorate food and make decor with Peeps. For eight years now The Washington…

For the love of Peeps

There is something about the Easter Peeps that I like better than the ones that are made for other holidays. Thanks to Pintrest you can find so many ways to cook and decorate with Peeps. Below are a few of my favorite ideas. Peep wreath from Tried & True Peep topiary from How Does She…