Fun Ideas Inspired by Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Movie

I grew up reading and loving Dr. Seuss.  His work is known throughout the world for inspiring a can-do attitude and the beauty that can come from using our imagination.  When I was at UCSD, we had a huge installation of Dr. Seuss artwork, manuscripts, drawings, and more through a generous donation made by his widow Audrey Geisel.  I still love taking the kids to walk through the campus and library to see the gorgeous artwork.


The Lorax is debuting on March 2.  How appropriate that it is also Dr. Seuss’ birthday! Here are some fun ideas that I found for you to try out from cake pops to home decor. Which was your favorite Dr. Seuss book?


Learn how to make these adorable Lorax cake pops over at Bakerella!
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Cute Lorax dessert bar:

the lorax movie themed dessert table

Make some cute Truffula pencils:

truffula tree craft the lorax movie ideas for kids

Truffula tree home decor:

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4 Responses to Fun Ideas Inspired by Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Movie

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  2. Kara says:

    Come on!! Where is the link to Bakerella???? The creator. You know, the one you stole these images from. Frustrating.

  3. Om Livin says:

    Thank you for this list…I did read & was able to see all credits along with their sources. Thank you ..BIG help!!! :D can’t wait to use some of these ideas for my daughters 1st birthday in two weeks!! :D :D

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