Peep time crept up on us this year... we decided to mix it up and change our peep show into a gallery in which we charged admission for as a fundraiser. It was a huge success, and may even go on the road! Lots of creativity again this year, even though some of us had "peep block" but in the end we had a cute show.
I went with a version of my favorite show, SOUTH PEEPS. The top has Cartman, Stan, Kyle, Kenny waiting for the bus in that famous scene. The bottom shows the kids after school in Cartman's basement as Coon & Friends. The gang is there waiting to fight crime... we have The Human Kite (Kyle), Mysterion (Kenny), Toolshed (Stan), The Coon (Eric), TupperWare (Token), Mosquito (Clyde), Mint-Berry Crunch (Bradley Biggle), Iron Maiden (Timmy).
It was so much fun to make. I didn't end up using construction paper, it was too thin and showed every glue I tried through bumpy wet spots. So I used scrapbook quality papers that look like construction paper instead. This dried clear and still gave that construction paper look.
Our master of Peeps, Shirley, did not disappoint with 4 peep shows. The favorite was Hoarders based on the tv show. Although it looks like a complete mess it was a lot of work to make mini copies of garbage such as UPS boxes, tiny PBR cans, Starbucks cups and making tiny plastic bags of crap!
Her other shows were of Van Gogh, painting in his studio (complete with missing ear!), Yoga Peeps (along with a zen garden), and a Peep Pole Studio with actual pole dancing moves.
We also had a great group of first time Peepers, doing some great things. I loved this Peep flower in a Peep flower pot!
We also had peeps at the spa, Peep Rushmore, and a Peep ode to Oz.
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