The dichotomy of Peeps: they look as though they'd taste great - the festive colors, cute shapes, and sparkly sugary coating - but they're GROSS! Well, that's just my opinion. Something about a mouthful of marshmallow, no matter how cute it looks in the package, just isn't for me. I have a similar issue with candy corns. They appear to be delicious little morsels of Halloween goodness, but they're overpoweringly sweet and not tasty at all. I apologize if I'm offending anyone with my views on holiday treats. I'll stop my rambling now and get to the crafty point...this shirt:
Susannah loves it! I tried to get some photos of her wearing it before we headed out to library story time yesterday. How do you get a wiggly four year old to hold still and look at the camera for a photo without it looking forced or awkward? If you know of any tips for photographing preschoolers, please do share.
I got the idea for this Peep shirt from a blog called All the Small Things. There's a handy tutorial posted there for a bunny Peeps shirt. My version is altered slightly - my bunnies are larger and I used fleece instead of cotton fabric. Hop on over there if you want a peep shirt of your own...it's a really simple project!