Crayola produced several sets of Muppet Coloring Posters in 1983. Each set came in a plastic tube shaped like a giant crayon, and came with three black-and-white posters to color in, a box of eight crayons, and a set of shiny stickers.

The posters and packages were decorated with illustrations of the Muppet characters, drawn by Daryl Cagle. The sets included "Miss Piggy's Pin-Ups", "Fozzie's Knock-Knock Jokes" and "Animal's Activities".

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