“Peepzilla,” created by a team – Jordan Wontorski, 13, and Tammy Arnott of Colwich: We had too many great ideas to create one diorama, so we created an entire city themed with some of our favorites from our brainstorming session. The diorama is around 20 inches square when lined up. It features Peepzilla tearing up Peepville. He’s already set the theater on fire (lighted acrylic flames and real scorch marks on the building) and he is eating one Peep and carrying off another.
“Peepzilla,” created by a team – Jordan Wontorski, 13, and Tammy Arnott of Colwich: We had too many great ideas to create one diorama, so we created an entire city themed with some of our favorites from our brainstorming session. The diorama is around 20 inches square when lined up. It features Peepzilla tearing up Peepville. He’s already set the theater on fire (lighted acrylic flames and real scorch marks on the building) and he is eating one Peep and carrying off another.
“Peepzilla,” created by a team – Jordan Wontorski, 13, and Tammy Arnott of Colwich: We had too many great ideas to create one diorama, so we created an entire city themed with some of our favorites from our brainstorming session. The diorama is around 20 inches square when lined up. It features Peepzilla tearing up Peepville. He’s already set the theater on fire (lighted acrylic flames and real scorch marks on the building) and he is eating one Peep and carrying off another.

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