Some things are not entirely right in the world if they haven't been introduced to the preferred anapestic meter of a certain children's literary figure; that is why the Dr. Seuss Peep Pops are particularly delightful. They combine the Easter staple with some of Dr. Seuss' more beloved characters, which will please both adults and kids for a variety of reasons.
Made by Michelle Clausen of Sugar Swings, the Dr. Seuss Peep Pops are fairly easy to make, that is if people have a bit of an artistic background. All that is needed are a pack of Peeps, a few sticks to impale them on and edible food writers to create the characters with. She has created everyone from Sam I Am to Cat in the Hat.