Probably the best thing you've seen all week.
Writer, editor, and creative genius Robyn Welling is an artist, especially when it comes to working with the medium of Peeps. She's been able to recreate these princesses out of Peeps, while still being true to their character.
Peeps are delicious, with their extra sugary goodness and spongy texture. They're super-fun to squish between your fingers and come in a wide range of colors, shapes and flavors.
While Peeps are an Easter favorite, there are also Peeps for Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's Day, and mini Peeps. You can decorate and cook with them, or use them as a form of creative expression.
Here are nine renditions of some of your favorite Disney Princesses recreated in Peeps.
Not everybody's lucky enough to sleep cute, but kudos for Peeping beauty for being able to pull it off.
Animated objects seem to gravitate to Belle anyway, so we wouldn't be surprised if Peep Belle started talking. Now that would be magical.
Both Pocahontas and Peepahontus are brave warriors, with long, flowing licorice hair.
7. Snow White
Snow White has seven dwarfs to protect her. But Snow Peep is in danger of being eaten.
Both Merida and her Peep twin are brave and have ginger hair, but only Peep Merida might be found in an Easter basket.
Lily James played Cinderella in the live action version, but in the candy version, Peeperella is played by yellow and blue Peeps.