After working on my Kermit bookmark earlier in the week, I’ve been having flashbacks to the Muppet Show. I remember when it premiered. I had spent my young years watching Sesame Street, and then it was as if someone had recognized I was not a little kid anymore and made a grown-up version of my show. Yep, I was quite sophisticated for a seven-year-old.
There are no instructions for these Muppet Show Cookies at 1 Fine Cookie, but if you’re talented with one of those frosting-squisher-outer-thingies you could probably pull these off.
If you’re a knitter, you might want to give these Jim Henson Muppet Charts from Robin Barnhill on Ravelry a spin.
There is some debate about whether the creatures from Sesame Street are technically Muppets. I’m not here to debate. Jim Henson was a genius, no matter which camp you’re in and I will be referring to all his creations as Muppets today. That said, I just love this Yip Yip Alien from WikiHow.
The best thing about these Sesame Street Hats from Girl in Air is that they’re available not only in kid sizes, but adult as well.
Can you imagine a more fun way to hold your glasses than a Muppet? Check out these Muppet Glasses Holders from djonesgirl on Craftster.
Did you see the Muppet commercial during the Super Bowl? You can print your own Muppet-jacked car from Spoonful.
For a quick, easy Muppet fix, try these Muppet Hand Puppets from Spoonful.
You guys, you can design and buy your own Muppet! They’re called Muppet Whatnot Puppets, and they run just under $100 from Fao Schwarz. So tempting…
Are you going to see the new Muppet movie tonight?