Here are some of our favorite links from around the web this week. We hope you like them too.

Washington Post Peeps Diorama Contest

Totally impressed by the creativity in this year’s Peeps Diorama Contest by The Washington Post. See Peep-filled recreations of the Royal Wedding, The Republican
Debates, Downton Abbey, and the winner, Occupy Wall Street by Cory E
Wright [photo: Deb Lindsay]

Also, see our own Christina’s children’s Peeps dioramas–we think they’re just as creative!

What an eggscellent April Fool’s prank by Oh Happy Day! You can totally pull this off.

It’s time for the 2012 Handmade Olympics by Rikrak Studio. Head on over to enter your nominees in seven different categories.

Love this list of kid-friendly Passover Recipes just in time for seder meal planning.

Have a creative family? Consider joining artist Karen Kimmel at the fourth Crafting Community family weekend by The Splendid Brand at the Ace Hotel, Palm Springs later this month. 

Kristen reviews a handy and helpful parenting book full of tips for new and seasoned moms alike.

Portraits of American girls with their American girls is surprisingly fascinating. (via Laughing Squid)

Fans of CMP favorite artist Kata Golda is offering a DIY tutorial for cute little chicks

Grab one (or more!) of these colorful state-and-country printables from Q.A. Design. She’s generously made every one of them free for the taking. (via modern parents messy kids)

Heidi Lender’s cool photo series She Can Leap Tall Buildings shows off all the different roles we superwomen play.

Should young teens date? Even if your kids are nowhere near 13, Chris Jordan’s thoughtful article on Alpha Mom is worth a read.

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