Maybe it all started back in 2006 when my coworker and I hot glued Peeps to one of the wardrobe stations at work.
It took me a while before I found someone who loved hot gluing Peeps as much as I did but when Sara and I worked on MacPeep I knew I'd found a friend for life.
|Peeps love the Guthrie Theater|
The following year hot glued and giggled side by side as we each worked on our own separate projects. I created Princess Peep of the Milky Way to celebrate my love of the Minnesota State Fair and Sara created Repeep Harlequin! said the Tick Tock Man inspired by a Harlan Ellison story. Seriously this is one of my favorite dioramas ever because it is awesome.
In 2012 I was on my own again because my partner in Peep crime had moved to the Sunshine State but that didn't stop me from creating an amazing Zombie Peep Crawl diorama.
|Photo by Amy Wurdock|
This year I decided to try my hand at something different with my beloved Peeps. Video. See the Pioneer Press also has a video contest.
It's not like video is a new thing but in my current WIP one of my characters has a youtube channel so I've been trying to learn more about that. In addition I hear more and more about book trailers and writers using video to market their books. So this year's video is inspired by Veronica Mars.
|Veronica Peep, she's a marshmallow|
|camera, taser, locker|
Here is a link to my entry, enjoy.
What is your favorite thing to do with Peeps? Peep s'mores, Peeps brûlée? stale Peeps? Fresh Peeps? Hot gluing Peeps to cardboard?