Sunday, March 31, 2013

The Peep Show 2013

I hope you all had a lovely Easter weekend!

And just in case you didn't have your fill of peeps, I have a few more to share with you!

On Saturday, the kids and I headed to downtown Westminster to check out the 6th annual Peep Show. It's free, family friendly and fun for all ages. Yes, my kids are all grown up and we loved the peeps!

The Peep Show is sponsored by our local Arts Council and features marshmallow masterpieces created by local artists, families, businesses and community groups. Many of the entries are for sale and you can purchase chips to vote for your favorites. The winners even get peep trophies!

Let's check it out .....


You can read all sorts of fun facts about peeps along the way.

All the entries are labeled with clever titles, like "Peepscription"!

The little containers next to the entries are for the votes.
This entry has moving parts!

Dancing With The Peeps,

complete with costumes!

The details on this one are amazing! 
The peep players have names on their uniforms and cute little helmets! 

The peeps have a new Pope!


Even peeps need to protect their eyes!


No matter where you stand on the issue, this one is pretty darn clever!

"Same Peep Marriage"

And check out the Peeper Bowl, complete with a blackout!

The Sweet 16 brackets, complete with team peep mascots!


Camping with my Peeps - so cute!


Peep-A Potty!

And My Little Peep Pony!

This really is one big bird!
He even brought along his friend Oscar, complete with trash!

So there you have it, a quick tour of the Peep Show! How much fun was that! People are so creative, but you already know that!
If you live in the Westminster area, you really need to check out the peeps in person. The show runs through April 7th. And there are many more entries to see! All the details are available at the Carroll County Arts Council website.
 And if your are looking for a unique fund-raising idea, you might consider organizing a Peep Show in your community next year! Or maybe just turn your kids Easter candy into a creative art project - fun and healthy!


Twice Nice said...

I think this is amazing. How fun to see! Love Big Bird, but the tree with the owl peeking out was really cool too.

Tobeystrashortreasure said...

These are amazing, my favorites are Big Bird, Bart Simpson and the Statue of Liberty. The people that participated in this are very talented, what great ideas. love it. thanks for sharing this. hugs Tobey

Our Pinteresting Family said...

We went on Friday. :) Our favorites were Big Bird and the little girl dress. I posted a picture on Facebook of the little dress and come to find out my husbands coworker and her young daughters did that one. She said it took 8 hours. That made me wonder how long that giant Big Bird took. :) said...

This is fabulous! A peep extravaganza!!! Loveit :)

Kathy said...

Very cute. Love the one with Big Bird! Hope you had a wonderful Easter!

Pat said...

So cute...we live in Carney and have never heard of the Peep Show. May just have to take a ride to see it. My grandson and I "grew" peeps by planting m&m's this week...

NanaDiana said...

Looks like a Peepapaloosa to me! LOVE it and what fun! I think the Peeps in the pill case is one of the funniest-xo Diana

andi filante said...

Oh, my goodness...who knew??

Chelsea @ Married Filing Jointly said...

Who knew there was a "peep show?" That's so funny! I love it!

I would love to have you share this at Give Me the Goods Monday link party:

~Chelsea @ Married Filing Jointly

the cape on the corner said...

oh my flipping goodness! how amazing! i love the hot air balloon, and the one on the beach where they have legs, lol. too funny!

Hetty said...

Thanks for the peep show Sharon! No, I never knew there was an actual show about peeps! Love 'm all.

Laurie said...

I never would have thought of this!! Some of the most creative works of art I've ever seen! I love Big Bird!

LJ said...

Oh my gosh, that is just adorable! I wish I was in the area, that would have been fun to visit. A "peep show"! Thanks for sharing the pics. :) Sharon