The Sweeter Side of Spring: Local Artists Create Displays Using Heaps of Peeps

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Image via Doylestown Patch

For the second year in a row, Peddler’s Village is hosting a peep show. But this one is much more family friendly that that label may suggest. It comprises artwork made from the sugar-coated marshmallow treats made in nearby Bethlehem, Pa., writes Peter Blanchard for the Doylestown Patch

More than 90 creations — mainly made from PEEPS — are on display in the Peddler’s Village courtyard, where they have been used for wall art, dioramas, sculptures and displays made of the distinctive, seasonal yellow chicks and blue bunnies. 

Attendees are invited to vote on their favorite creations by using the Peddler’s Village mobile app. 

Safety measures are in place, including mandatory mask-wearing for all attendees, social distancing requirements, capacity limits (10 guests indoors at one time), time limits (visits are 10 minutes), and touch restrictions. 

The display will be open every day, including Easter Sunday, through April 17. Admission is free. 

“Chick” out the details at the Doylestown Patch

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