-One Peep per student
-Dress-up your Peep
-Your entry must be the yellow Peep given to you by your teacher
-Add embellishments to your Peep
-Do not subtract (cut away) from your Peep
-Use cloth, paper, or any material which will turn your Peep into an animal, person, character or thing
-You may wish to put your Peep into a setting, such as a shoe box, and add your own homemade accessories
Kyle knew exactly what he wanted to do; he wanted to do a dracula Peep - hence, Peepula was born!
Scary cute, huh? He liked these fangs we found the best (he didn't like the bloody ones we found), and they turned his innocent little Peep into a nasty little vampire. After adding his cape, Kyle was thrilled with his creepy little Peep.
Then he wanted to make a setting for his Peepula. We found a neat little template for a coffin on Martha Stewart's site, and he selected a gloomy looking castle scene for the background. He helped measure the shoe box, so we could print the backgrounds the correct size. And then he crinkled up a dark green cardstock for the ground, and inserted some crumpled up paper toweling to make it a little hilly. Then he wanted to add some tombstones. We didn't want them too scary, so we found a fun "Scary Name Generator" online and used that. He got names like Wooly Whipface Weasel and Trigger Happy Bunny. He loved them! :-) He did a great job on his Peep!!!