13 Dr. Seuss Crafts You Will LOVE

horton hears a who

We’ve rounded up some very adorable Dr. Seuss Craft Ideas from some of our favorite sites on the web!  Dr. Suess Day, March 2nd is such a fun day to celebrate reading!  We love all of these colorful, creative & crafty ideas!! 1. Large Truffula Trees from Surviving a Teachers’ Salary 2. Lorax Puppets from Make & Takes 3. Pom Pom Bookmark One Krieger Chicks 4. Cat in the Hat Pencil Toppers from Mom Endeavors 5. Lorax Felt Storyboard from Modpodge Rocks 6. Truffula Trees from Craft Jr. 7. Fox Mask Inspiration from Cricut 8. Thing 1 & Thing 2 Push Pops from The Country Chic Cottage 9. Cat in the Hat Puppets from Stuff By Ash 10. Dr. Seuss Activity Blocks by Sugar Bee Crafts 11. Green Egg Cookies from My Paper Crane 12. Felt Fish Puppet at Parenting Fun Everyday 13. Sneetch Art From Tippytoe Crafts Horton Hears a Who from Jill Dubien (and one more photo…this Horton is adorable!)   Pin It

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St. Patrick’s 4-Leaf Clover Necklace

Making a clover necklace

The day of green is almost upon us.  Are you going to be pinch proof?  Here’s a fun way to make sure your kids are. The supplies you’ll need: Bakers Twine Paper Straws Green paper Cricut Explore or Clover punch Hole punch I had a little helper through this project which was so fun.  We began by using the new Cricut Explore to cut out the clover shapes onto fun green paper. She loved being able to watch the machine cut. I  punched a hole in the center of each clover so they would be easy to string. Then we cut our paper straws into about 1.5″ segments, and cut a length of bakers twine about 25″ and she began making her necklace. We had so much fun and now she is pinch proof! I can’t wait to make some more of these with my other girls! Pin It

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