This is such a fun time of year. I always look forward to coloring eggs and collecting marshmallow peeps. Yep, that’s right, since they pretty much taste like sugared plywood, I don’t eat peeps. But they are so darn cute, so I like to collect them in all different colors and keep them in a basket in my kitchen.
We often celebrate springtime on Bit Rebels by writing about colored eggs and peeps. It seems that artists everywhere are inspired by these Easter traditions. If you would like to see more, you can check out this visually inspiring exploding egg photography, marshmallow peep sushi, and this marshmallow peep art.
Today we are showcasing the most precious little fuzzy marshmallow peeps I’ve seen yet. These were needle-felted by a crafter named radmegan from Los Angeles, California. Of course, they aren’t edible, but even better yet; they will make a cute keepsake to bring out year after year. If you happen to be in the L.A. area, radmegan will be teaching a class on how to make these on Saturday, April 16th. You can learn more about that on the radmegan blog. If you would like to purchase a box of these little peeps for only $9, you can visit her Etsy store. You can even choose from several color combinations!
Via: [What The Cool]