Well, I did this earlier in March and was waiting to put it up until it got closer to Easter. I didn’t realize it was almost here! I guess that’s what happens when your kids are grown and your grand kids are teenagers (and you haven’t been to church in a while).
“Peeps” have always captured my imagination. Some people consider them edible and if you don’t mess with them they never decay…so that makes them an immortal…(-:
Here is the substitute wearing her “clean cap” and fake beak, to make all the little peeps in her care feel right at home.
Even though I’ve almost missed it, this cute little “Substitute Peeps Keeper” would be good all year round on any children’s wall or for grown up big kids, like me.
8 x 8 inch acrylic painting on canvas board. Can sit on a stand or be matted and framed.
By Texas Artist Sherry Key (all my items on Ebay)
- Peeps Part Deux (shakebakeandparty.com)
- What would Easter be Without Peeps?! (parentinginmypajamas.wordpress.com)
- How Indestructible Are Peeps? (coedmagazine.com)