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    DISNEY THE MUPPETS CRAFT COLLECTION LAUNCHES ON CREATE AND CRAFT

    Following the highly successful launches of Disney craft collections since June 2016 including Disney Frozen, Disney Beauty and the Beast, Disney Winnie-the-Pooh and Disney The Lion King, Create and Craft TV has once again teamed up with Character World for a new craft collection. Launching 11th December 2017, this latest range of Disney crafting products features the much-loved characters from Disney The Muppets.

    This brand new craft collection includes character dies of Kermit the Frog.....

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      Quote Originally Posted by VapidStoat View Post
      Mark, or "Larry Olivier" as I like to call him. Because he turns a falling auction into a 3-act tragedy.


      It's no surprise that both Lyndsey and Mark are trained actors!

      Without the diva dramatics, I think Mark could make a good presenter but he really needs to find his own style. I've watched a lot of Chloe shows and notice that Mark appears to have done the same thing! He uses a lot of her phrases.
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      Mark Gould started as a Producer on Gemporia and then became a presenter. I didn't mind him, because he gave factual information about the gemstones, unlike the screechy blondes who (in the main) are now in the majority at Gemporia and in my view have diddly-squat genuine knowledge. He could be OK if he calmed down and spoke a little slower - he's got the knowledge alright but needs to put it across in a more restrained way.

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      It's no surprise that both Lyndsey and Mark are trained actors!

      Without the diva dramatics, I think Mark could make a good presenter but he really needs to find his own style. I've watched a lot of Chloe shows and notice that Mark appears to have done the same thing! He uses a lot of her phrases.

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