I personally like Muppets 3D and wish Disney would push the Muppet franchise more. Now since both US versions of the Muppets are in a "Studio" section/park why not have a Muppet Workshop?
Guests could either buy the Collector Reproductions of the characters or build there own character. Think of it on the lines of Build-a-Bear.
Body Station - $20-$40
Monster choices of blue, red, or pink- Round Head (like Janice-the guitar player) - Oval Head (Bert of Bert and Ernie)
Eye Station - $5-$15
10-15 choices of eyes
Nose Station - $5
10-15 choices of noses
and then you have a wide variety of clothing/accesories choices
Would you build one if you had the chance?
I definatly would!
FAO Schwartz has The Muppet Whatnot workshop...the quality is like what you would see on Sesame Street and are $90 and take 3-4 weeks for deliveryIn 1993, Playskool released three kits of puppet toys based on the Muppet Workshop's Whatnot puppets. Each set came with a set of body parts to create your own Whatnot character or monster, not unlike the way real Whatnot characters are created in the workshop.
The first set, "Muppet Puppet 'n Parts", came with parts from which puppets could be built, including arm rods for performing each unique creation. The second set was a simpler collection of fabric pieces, while the last kit was made to work with Play-Doh and included pieces used to make Kermit and Miss Piggy.