Muppet Show Stationary
Hallmark released this great set of Muppet Show stationary with matching red envelopes. While the stationary cover includes an illustrated of Kermit, Fozzie, Piggy, Animal, and Dr. Teeth. Animal is not pictured on the stationary. On the stationary there is a Muppet in each corner writing a note (Fozzie, Miss Piigy, Dr. Teeth, and Kermit).
These neat Muppet Valentines may have been the first set of boxed Valentines produced. Each box contained 12 Valentines and there are three different boxes. The cover of Miss Piggy's says: "I may be piggy, valentine..." And on the inside: "...but I want you all to myself! Happy Valentines Day!"
There is another valentine featuring Fozzie talking to Kermit at his desk. The covers says, "What's a three-letter word for a perfect Valentine?" and inside, "Y-O-U! Happy Valentine's Day!"
This card features Kermit talking to the Swedish Chef. The cover says, "De phlin hge yar, de yammer-yammer" and inside, "In other words, have a Happy Valentine's Day!"
Hallmark/Ambassador Cards (1981)
These greeting cards for all occasions have fabulous photos of posed Muppets. A"Jim Henson Muppet Puppet Card" logo can be found on the back.
Large Greeting Cards
Hallmark produced several large greeting cards. They measure approximataley 16 inches by 8 inches.
Jumbo Greeting Cards
Hallmark produced several "Jumbo" Muppet cards. These measure approximately 18 inches by 12 inches.
Hallmark/Ambassador Cards (1982)
Another set of various occassion cards with the "Jim Henson Muppet Puppet Cards" logo.
Box of 12 valentines featuring Fozzie as he stands on roller skates in front of a large heart. He looks pretty dapper with his plaid pants and red suspenders. This is a neat and somewhat rare photo of a full length Fozzie. This may be one of the only times we actually see his toes.
Outside says, "No Joke, Valentine --" and inside "You Sure Are Fun!"
The Planning Corporation (1986)
"Miss Piggy's Art Treasures" postcards, based on the Kermitage Collection photos.
Postcards include: Green Boy, Arisfroggle Contemplating the Bust of You-Know-Who, Whistler's Weirdo, The Birth of You-Know-Who
Gibson Greetings (1990)
Box of 36 kids valentines.
Thirteen designs and two teacher cards are included.
Gibson Greetings/Cleo (1990)
A box of 32 kids' classroom Valentines. The set included 12 different Valentines, featuring Kermit, Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Animal, Rowlf, and the Swedish Chef.
Gibson Greetings (1991)
Gibson Greetings produced a variety of Muppet cards including an Easter card with Kermit and Bean Bunny illustrations.
Gibson Greetings (1992)
These valentines are the exact same as the 1990 ones only in a different box.
The box features everyone's favorite frog and pig all ready for Valentine's Day.
American Greetings/Carlton Cards (1992)
American Greetings released four greeting cards with illustrations (heads of Kermit, Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo).
Approximately 40 greeting cards with photographs were produced as well (including Kermit, Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Animal, Rowlf, Statler, Waldorf, and Bunsen & Beaker).
Mead Stationary (1992)
Simply Marvelous Collection
Miss Piggy's "Simply Marvelous" collection includes four different writing tablets, and decorative envelopes. Every item in this collection displayed the signature silhouette of Miss Piggy with the words, "To Know Moi.... Is To Love Moi". The envelopes were sold seperately in sets of sixteen and feature the "Simply Marvelous" logo.
PopShots produced some great 3-D pop-up greeting cards with Muppet photos.
The Paper Magic Group (1997)
Muppets Tonight Valentines
There are two boxes of Valentines, with a different number of identical Valentines. The red box had 34, and the blue box had 42.
There were 10 different valentines featuring the Muppets Tonight cast, including: Clifford, Kermit, Clifford & Kermit, Piggy, Gonzo, Johnny Fiama, Sal, Seymour & Pepe, Andy & Randy, and the whole cast.
Paper House (1999)
Die-cut Muppet Cards and Gift Enclosure Cards
The various cards all use the same photos. Either a smiling Kermit with arms crossed, Piggy posing in a red gown, and a more recent photo of a cuddling Kermit and Piggy.
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Section compiled by Cindy Chapman and Phillip Chapman