RIVER FALLS, Wisc. (CNN/WQOW) - It's a Peep show of a G-rated variety as entries for the Peep diorama contest in River Falls, Wis., get creative.
People of all ages enter at the local library and make scenes from history and pop culture featuring Peep Easter candy.
"We're judging on originality and overall appearance and also the use of the peeps," said judge Jessica McCollum. "Are they using it as characters? Are they using it as objects within to play a part with the characters? Kind of putting the peeps in a different realm or identity."
Some of this year's projects featured Papal Peeps, Peeping Tom Peeps and Peepcocks -- which were made with peacock feathers.
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