Easter Peeps Wreath

When I was little, my grandma would buy all of us grandkids Peeps for our Easter baskets.

Remember Peeps? Those little sugar-covered marshmallows, shaped like little chicks?

As a kid, I was obsessed with them, and now they make my teeth hurt just looking at them.

Even though you couldn’t pay me to eat them today, I still get a feeling of nostalgia when I see them in the store.

When I was at Michael’s a few weeks ago, I saw little boxes of what looked like fuzzy little peeps, and I knew I had to make an Easter Peeps Wreath out of them.


Here is what you will need:

First, I hot glued fabric all around the wreath. I originally used pink fabric, but then I changed my mind and went with the yellow.

I then hot glued the Peeps to the bottom quarter of my wreath.

Next, I tied a loop around my wreath form with my ribbon, and then I made a bow with my ribbon and connected it with a pipe cleaner to my loop.

I could have stopped there, but I felt it was still looking a little naked. I took my two index cards and coated them with chalkboard paint.

I then cut triangles out of the index cards.

Next, I punched holes in either side of the top of my triangles and ran my twine through them all, and then I hot glued it across my wreath.

I then spelled out EASTER in chalk on my chalkboard banner.




That was it!

Even though my Grams is no longer with us, I will be able to smile and remember her every time I look at this wreath hanging on my front door.

Do you have any ways of remembering lost love ones during the holidays?

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  1. Debbie says

    Hi, The Peep wreath is very, very cute. Now where did you find a large quantity of the little fuzzy chicks?? If it was at one of the large chain craft or party stores that would work for me as I live on the Or, Wa border.

  2. Jeanie says

    Grams would have loved your Peeps wreath & every thing else you do on your blog site. I just know she’s nudging her angel buddies & saying ” that’s my granddaughter -isn’t she great!”

  3. says

    Hi shanna! This is so adorable! We always had peeps for Easter, too, when I was growing up and they always bring back such fond memories. Visiting from Katherine’s Corner and pinning! Thank you for sharing and hope you have a wonderful Thursday!

  4. says

    Such adorableness – I know, probably not a word – but, wow, they’re just too cute! I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,


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