Time to get the artistic juices flowing and create an entry for the annual Seattle Times Peeps contest.
It’s time for the popular Seattle Times Peeps Contest. Create a sculpture, diorama, tableau or art project of your liking that is made (mostly) of marshmallow Peeps.
You might take inspiration from current movies or TV shows, the arts, news events or Seattle-area icons. (Remember last year’s “Seafair Peeps” and “Salvador Peepli”?)
Our only requirement is that your finished artwork be suitable for publication in a family newspaper.
Here’s how it works: Craft your master Peep. Then go to seattletimes.com/peepscontest, click on the “Submission” tab, and upload a photo of your creation. Submit by April 5 at noon [DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL MIDNIGHT] to compete for prizes. Judging and Peeple’s Choice voting begin April 6.
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New this year: We’ll have a children’s category for ages 12 and younger.
We’ll announce winners and publish some of the entries in the April 24, Easter Sunday edition of NW Arts & Life.
In the meantime, find photos from last year’s competition, a FAQ, contest rules and tips at seattletimes.com/peeps.
Seattle Times staff