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Peeps are as much a part of Easter as dyed eggs. We found these great projects, aggregated by howdoesshe.com, that you can make with all of those leftover Peeps.

Read Also: 6 Facts About Peeps You Didn’t Know

1.Rice Crispy Treats are more colorful with Peeps

These may look difficult to make, but they’re really not. Yellow Bliss Road, the blog where these colorful treats were found says they only take about 25 minutes to put together and it’s as simple as making normal rice krispy treats. Get the full instructions here.

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2. Pop a Peep in Hot Chocolate

Amazing, right? We put marshmallows in hot chocolate, why not Peeps?

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3. What about a Peep wreath?

Eclecticallyvintage.com came up with this art project. Remarkably, she was able to store the wreath in a garbage bag and use it more than once (kind-of makes you wonder about eating Peeps….). You can step-by-step instructions here.

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4. Make your straws more festive this Easter

Kids love using straws, especially silly straws and this is a ridiculously easy way to create a fun, Easter-themed straw.

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5.Instead of a Gingerbread house, make a Peep house

Although Christmas is over, you don’t have to leave the fun of making a gingerbread house behind. Gather some graham crackers, frosting and other Easter decor for a cute, easy Easter craft the whole family can do together. Get tips on creating a Peep house here.

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See more ideas on what to make with Peeps at How Does She website.

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