When I was a child, our grandmother would always make us a chocolate potato sheet cake for Easter. Since she also decorated each piece with a Peep marshmallow candy, I always think of her whenever I see a Peep, so I really enjoy seeing the creative uses of Peeps during the Easter season.
One of the best sources to see Peeps transformed into art online is through the Washington Post' Peeple's Show of 38 unbelievable dioramas. The top winner is based on the Pixar flick "Up." Michael Chirlin and Veronica Ettle of Arlington, Virginia, constructed a miniature Victorian house from plywood and Popsicle sticks, and placed it atop salvaged mattress springs to give it an airborne quality. The attention to detail (and the time it must have taken) is unbelieveable. There are entertaining videos about the entries on the Washington Post website, well worth sharing with your students.