It’s been a terribly CRAFTY Saturday here at our house! Thanks, Sister, for the idea to make a PEEP wreath. Anna, I don’t know if you took her up on the idea or not, but I sure did! And boy was it fun! We made the wreath for GiGi (Justin’s mom) for her birthday and we delivered it to her this afternoon. She loved it so much that she made us take it home with us! She knows were having some friends over for lunch after church and insisted that it hang on my back door for a day or two and then she’ll take it! 🙂 Isn’t that nice? So, it’s back at our house and since we’re having some kids over here I figured I’d “PEEP” up the kids table with a PEEP tree… or three! I honestly can’t stand the way these things taste but they sure are fun to play with! 🙂 Thanks for the idea Sister, if the kids don’t man-handle them I’m hoping to put them away for next Spring! And as you can see from the pictures… Morgan had an absolute blast helping. Thanks, Mom, for her “big girl” scissors. I’ve only busted her once trying to cut her hair with them! I screamed so loud I’m sure she’ll never attempt it again!
Household6March 8, 2008 at 4:56 pm
Did you shellac them or anything? When we lived at Knox the deer would have eaten them right off our front porch at night! I’m thinking I’m going to make one too, but what if I attract critters?!
Oh and try them stale, YUM!!
Darby SticklerMarch 8, 2008 at 5:13 pm
I’m not sure about deer… I’ve never seen one around our house! I think we’re safe. I didn’t shellac them…. just glued them on! We’ll see if they hold up to the birds & bugs!
erikaMarch 8, 2008 at 6:58 pm
i’ve heard (read) that peeps don’t deteriorate… probably why they cause ‘weight gain’ too – HA! I love that you implemented my little wreath idea! Morgie is so sweet and such a good helper! Does she like Peeps? I wish she’d come see mommasissy and do a craft with me!
MS & Uncle C
The PavlichesMarch 8, 2008 at 7:54 pm
LOVE it! Definitely DOING it!! I just have to keep my eye on the hubster…his favorite candy in the world is Peeps (yuck!)
Jennie-MarieMarch 8, 2008 at 10:10 pm
That is too cute, what a fun idea!
anna & geoffreyMarch 9, 2008 at 8:01 am
Oh Darby! It’s so cute!!! I love it!! How inspiring…
Love your house ren. part 3 – y’all have worked so hard and things look wonderful.
(I have to confess – I love Peeps – eating them, that is!)
Hannah FieldsMarch 10, 2008 at 6:39 am
Thanks for the idea!!! Very Cute!!
The PavlichesMarch 10, 2008 at 10:36 pm
Ok, what a MESS I made with the peep tree…how in the world did you get the grass on there? Mine looked like a wild bush…I started over using ribbon instead!
The NebrigsMarch 11, 2008 at 7:34 am
Love the Wreath! I saw the idea on Erika’s blog and Finn and I made it together, but ours does not look nearly as good as yours. For some reason I have a bunch of headless peeps!! FINN!!!!! Also, Michael emailed Erika last week about some design stuff, and she mentioned Eufaby (spell?.) We have the most precious picture of her when she was a baby. It is a black and white 8×10 that Annie took right after Michael found her. If you email me you address I will send it to you! My email is Kristanebrig@hotmail.com
DenaMarch 12, 2008 at 7:05 pm
that could be the cutest thing ever! I think i may have to make one as a hostess present! and maybe for my door too – is there anything better than polka dots and peeps?
LauraMarch 12, 2008 at 8:13 pm
Oh, that wreath is so much fun, and the living room and dining room are beautiful!
LauraMarch 14, 2008 at 8:39 am
What is your kitchen faucet, and where is it from? I have been looking for a good 1 hole faucet. Does yours “dock” magnetically?
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