Peeps diorama contests are embraced by people all over the country, with many newspapers and other organizations sponsoring annual contests, including The Denver Post, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, St. Paul Pioneer Press, The Washington Post, and even the American Bar Association Journal. A few of our favorite Peeps dioramas from the last few years follow. You can visit the Peeps website to find details on all the contests.
Peeps get political! Created by Cori E. Wright of Crystal City, Virginia, this Peeps diorama was selected as the winner of The Washington Post's Sixth Annual Peeps Diorama Contest held in 2012.
All fans of Sesame Street (Isn't that everyone?) will love this Peeps diorama. Created in 2008 and entered in the Washington Post's Peep Show II contest, this diorama is one of our favorites from the talented and creative MaryLea Harris. Check out her blog, Pink and Green Mama.
Octopeep gave birth in 2009 as a tribute to Nadya Suleman — Octomom. You have to love the detail on this one, from the baby Peeps' blankets to the surgical masks.
Everyone sings along to "YMCA" with the Village Peeps. This diorama was entered in the 2009 St. Paul Pioneer Press Marshmallow Peeps Diorama Contest.
In 2010, Pink and Green Mama's MaryLea Harris entered this colorful and detailed Peeps diorama in The Washington Post Peep Show IV contest, where she was selected as a finalist.
Everyone is into yoga these days — even the Peeps. This Peeps yoga diorama was one of the entries in last year's St. Paul Pioneer Press contest.
Peep Shelton, Peep Aguilera, Peep Green and Peep Levine got together to form the Peeps version of NBC's The Voice. This Peeps diorama was another entry in the St. Paul Pioneer Press contest.
When left alone, the psycho Peeps can take over.
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