Looking for a fun, safe way to have fun? Feeling like you’re ready for Spring to start? Love those cute marshmallowy Peeps, but prefer NOT to eat them?
Then this is the contest project for you!
It just takes a few Peeps, some glue, a box, paper or decorations of your choice, and a little imagination. Before you know it, you’ll have an idea for creating a Peeps scene using our 2021 theme, “Who are the Peeps in My Neighborhood?”
This is a photo contest. So after you create a scene, you take two photos and email them to [email protected] to enter the Challenge. The deadline is April 5, 2021.
The Sibs are My Peeps Photo Contest is open to any age, any ability, from any where. You can enter more than one scene. More than one person per family, group, business, or class may enter, too.
So show us “Who are the Peeps in Your Neighborhood” This past year we’ve all gotten a little more aware of our neighborhoods as we’ve taken walks and enjoyed decorated windows, or participated in the birthday parade, or witnessed neighbors helping neighbors. Maybe you’d like to use your Peeps scene to honor healthcare professionals, grocery workers, or public health and safety people.
We can’t wait to see your scenes!
Below are Sibs are My Peeps entries from previous years.
Anna and Analiese were each just 9 years old in 2019 but already huge advocates for people with disabilities. They noticed that the cinema in the town did not have accessibility for people using wheelchairs. Their 2019 entry in the Sibs Are My Peeps photo contest corrected that. Their entry stated “Our theater doesn’t have “handicap” spots for Lilliana (Analiese’s sister) so we have to sit at the edge of the row with her chair parked in the aisle.
Our Peeps Cinema has a concession stand, popcorn stand and a front row spot for Peep Lilliana. There’s even popcorn on the floor like a real theater.”
Anna and Analiese were awarded a special award, the “At-ta-Peep” Advocacy for Sibs and their Peeps.
and honorable mention from entries by Denmark High School Photography students.
Close-ups of the different features of the Peepwatch display.
My family and I took a trip to Montana to see our Grandparents and of course, go camping! We took a drive up a mountain in our four wheeler, played TV (we acted out TV shows as Grandpa and Dad clicked the channel button on our “remote”) and even encountered fresh bear poop!
After watching a documentary on bear attacks the night before departing and finding out our camp site was surrounded by raspberry bushes, Mom and Grandma decided not to come. So we enjoyed some fun times with Dad (the peep sitting in the peach ring float) Noah, (the peep roasting a marshmallow over a fire) Garrett, (the fishing peep with a Sibshop shirt) Grandpa, (the peep wearing a bear mask and hiding behind the tent trying to scare us) and I. (The peep attracting bunnies with a Lego carrot).
Peeps® corporation is in no way sponsoring or involved in our contest.