Our sixth annual contest brings colorful marshmallow interpretations.
The Peeps Diorama Contest grand prize may have gone to a more local news story, but royal Peeps still made a good showing.
Dozens of entries in the 2012 Peeps Diorama Contest featured Washington sweet side.
Dozens of entries in the 2012 Washington Post Peeps Diorama Contest took a political turn — presidential campaigns, Newt on the mooon, birth control debates, protests and more.
Creativity, topicality and a keen eye for detail — as well as a sweet tooth — were keys to success the winners of our sixth annual Peeps Diorama Contest.
Among the more than 700 entries in the Post’s annual Peeps diorama contest were these kid-created gems.
We asked for Peeps dioramas, and readers answered the call: Hundreds upon hundreds of clever entries were submitted to the sixth annual Washington Post Peeps Diorama Contest.
Washington area kids created marshmallow masterpieces as part of The Post’s annual competition.
The winners and finalists from five years of The Washington Post’s Peeps Diorama Contest.
Top picks from 2008.
Top picks from 2009.
Top picks from 2010.
Winners and finalists from last year’s contest.
This year’s winning diorama is called "Chilean CoPeepapo Mine Rescue." It was created by Mary Jo Ondrejka, Margaret Hartka, and Bryn Metzdorf. (Narration by Holly E. Thomas)
Official rules for The Washington Post’s sixth-annual Peeps Diorama Contest.
Get ready: We’ll be announcing the winner of our annual competition on Wednesday, March 28.