Monday, January 23, 2017

Muppet Holiday Gifts!

You made your list, you checked it twice. Today we find out who was extra nice!

That's right, today we all get the chance to enjoy seeing the wonderful Muppet items you received over the holidays.

Amy Balbirer Windham:
Got a Kermit Britto statue, a small Oscar lunchbox, and a Jareth Funko Pop! figure.

David Shnoudeh's birthday was January 1st (Editor's Note: Technically NOT a holiday, as far as we know, but we'll let it slide). His girlfriend got him a pair of Kermit Adidas sneakers:

and  Muppet cupcakes!

Sam Peter Jackson:
Received the 2003 RIX Muppet trash cash, a Palisade's Sweetums figure, a collection of Diamond Select Muppet pint glasses, Day Dream's 2017 Muppet calendar, and Insight Edition's Labyrinth:The Ultimate Visual History!

Rachel Taufer:
Must have been VERY good this year. She received the 1977 Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem poster by Scandecor!

Editor's Note: This is one of my grails for the Muppet Stuff museum)

Jessie Steele:
Speaking of Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, Jessie received this shirt featuring the band's logo!

Marlon Fernandes:
Was able to add Hallmark's Electric Mayhem bus to his tree, add Disney Store's Muppet figurine set, Muppets From Space on Blu-ray to his collection, and start making his own Muppet tote bag with Disney's Emojiland Muppets Friends Blue Fabric!

Devon Polaski:
Received the Collectors Paradise exclusive Palisades Animal figure, Hyperion book's
"It's Not Easy Being Green: And Other Things to Consider", The Muppets Comic Omnibus,
 and a Disney Parks Muppet figurine set.

Joseph Debly:
Will be not only be able to know when it's time to play the music with his new Accutime Kermit watch, he'll able to play it himself with his very own copy of Hal Leonard's sheet music book "Favorite Songs from Jim Henson's Muppets.

He also received Disney's "
The Muppets Read-Along Storybook and CD", Little Brown Books' "Frogs Are Funny: The Most Sensational, Inspirational, Celebrational, Muppetational Muppets Joke Book EVER!", Just Play's Animal beanbag, a Palisade Uncle Deadly figure, and Kermit and Miss Piggy Christmas decorations!

Clayton Roederer:
Under his tree was a Manhattan Toy Boober Fraggle hand puppet, Diamond Select's Animal, Gonzo/Camilla, and Statler & Waldorf action figures, a black t-shirt with the Sesame logo in white, and Disney Store's Muppet figurine set. 

Sally BD:
"Here is my 7 year old son Connor, a huge Muppet fan with his Christmas Muppet presents. A new calendar, the Muppet Disney Tsums tsums, the Hallmark ornament, and the new Diamond Select figures."

Check out Conner with his Muppet Christmas tree!

Thanks to everyone who shared their Muppet gifts with us! Now, where do we sign up to be adopted for next year!


  1. Where are those Muppets cupcakes from?? Also, Funko announced that they are releasing a Herry Monster Pop! Figure--not sure if you covered that one yet.

    1. I believe she had them custom made.

      As for Herry...


  2. That's pretty funny - I'm a serious collector and I still don't have the Electric Mayhem poster either!