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Peeps Bunting


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Easter peeps are an iconic idol for the Easter season. Their simple shape and bright colors make them entirely recognizable. If you are looking for a fun Easter decoration for your Easter egg hunt or brunch, this Peeps Bunting is the project for you. Easy to create and durable enough to use year after year, this unique Easter craft is sure to impress all of your guests. Hang it on your mantle, across your table, or along the windows for a spring touch to your Easter home.

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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine


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I love Jayme's comments below and could just imagine the delight they brought! The instructions are great and offer a lot of variation! Another thought, might be on some of the peeps is to make them a bit more dimensional and stuff them with a little fluff to more closely resemble the real thing! Put a few upright in a bowl,of green grass for a really darling Easter centerpiece!

These are GREAT! What I did: I made them out of fleece instead of felt. I cut a few tiny ones for Girl Scout swaps. I strung a few, but left lots of them single for play. I left a 4" space in the bottom so they could be used as puppets. I kept them a secret- they just appeared all over the house on Easter morning! What the kids did: The kids went ape! They took turns hiding and finding, sorted them, lined them up in rows, and used them as puppets, and since they adhere to other fabrics, the kids stuck them to furniture all over the house! Thank You!


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