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Includes 2-4 different colored felts, hook-and-loop circles, fabric glue, templates and instructions. Designer Bio Chris, designer of our animal ponchos, is the mother of 2 girls who love dress-up and crafts.

Felt is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, so it's a great eco-friendly project for the whole family. Her inspiration came from a store-bought costume that needed a little tweaking for her daughter's preschool Halloween party.

After a few hours of using simple craft skills, she created a dinosaur poncho.

Her girls loved playing in the costume so much, they wanted more - and after they expressed their own ideas, other designs soon followed.

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To follow up on Kristen from Scottsdale's comment, Michael Scott sings this song during the season 2 "The Dundies" episode of "The Office," changing the words to "You have won a tiny Dundie." A bar patron mocks him and yells out, "Sing it, Elton! I too had a Coutre House next to the Whiskey on the Sunset Strip, but on a different year. She asked me "Why can't they write songs like this anymore? Could swear it was either Rolling Stone magazine or 16 magazine.

Bernie Taupin met Maxine (his American wife) through me.

He wrote Tiny Dancer during his first or second years with Maxine. My sister (Janis Larkham) did the embroidery on the album, Madman Across The Water. On February 27th 1972, "Tiny Dancer" by Elton John entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #85; and five weeks later on April 2nd, 1972 it peaked at #41 and spent 7 weeks on the Top 100... I was in high school at the time, and my best friend and I both had a crush on Howard Hessman, as well as the actor who played Andy Travis!

" Later, the actual chorus plays over the final scene as Jim Halpert watches Pam Beesly and Angela Martin drive away. It blows me away that the audiences in the 70s didn't seem (by their reaction to it) to appreciate the beauty of this song. Played it for my daughter ; she was 10 at the time. It appears that there are only a few of us who not only read/heard that news but also remember it!

I read she did custom work for Elton, Rolling Stones, etc ...