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I was looking at all the fantastic PEEPS® products and wondering what fun thing I could do with them for Easter while at the same time looking at our backyard and wondering what I want to plant this year. When it hit me. A PEEPS® Garden was the perfect spring pairing.
I was overwhelmed, in a good way, with all the fun springtime colors and flavors coming from PEEPS & Company®. My personal favorites are the MIKE and IKE®, and the Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Chicks – those were always what I was looking for in my Easter Basket.
I love reusing egg cartons, and spring is when I tend to reuse them the most. Possibly because I buy more eggs in the spring – hello egg hunts, and deviled eggs. So my craft closet tends to get overwhelmed with these egg cartons this time of year. Often I will use them for starting seeds, so that is exactly what we’re doing today!
You can set your kids up with the supplies and let the kids have at it while you plant your actual seeds! Together you can then watch the gardens spring to life.
The kids absolutely loved seeing their PEEPS® Garden come to life. The jellybeans multiplied overnight, and we all know that MIKE and IKE® Jellybeans attract PEEPS® Chicks and Bunnies. You did know that right? Spring and PEEPS®, and PEEPS® and MIKE and IKE® go hand in hand.
Who wants to fill their kids Easter Baskets with PEEPS & Company® Treats? What flavors will make it to your PEEPS® Garden? One reader will win the same package of edible PEEPS & Company® products I did. Giveaway is open to US residents 18+ and ends 3/22/16
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8 thoughts on “Make a PEEPS® Garden for Easter + WIN a PEEPS® Package”
OK, I have to know…are the jellybeans supposed to be eggs? Or something else that might come out of the peeps…
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haha, Scott, I didn’t see it either of those ways. No, the jellybeans are what the kids “plant” to attract the Peeps 🙂
This is such a cute Easter project! Peeps are always so cute and taste yummy too. I have to agree about the great color and flavor combos!
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Thank you Dawn!
What an adorable idea, especially for younger kids. It would make a cute Easter themed centerpiece too!
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What a cute craft!!! This would be a cute table piece for the Easter dinner table!
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LOVE Peeps! Cannot skip an Easter without eating the ears off these cute bunnies!
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This is such a cute idea!! I love Peeps- I think they’re best a bit stale, or frozen in the freezer! 🙂