Lorax Truffula Pot Party Favors


G asked for a Lorax birthday party this year and I couldn’t have been more thrilled. We love the Lorax in this house, and have always read that book to the kids since the day they were born. I have been jonesing to have a Lorax themed party for a long time. No, I did not sway him and yes, it was a Lorax themed birthday party at Chuck E Cheese (totally atypical I know, but it is a MUCH longer story…don’t ask) ;-). Regardless, he loved it and we both loved creating ideas for his party.

We had a bunch of mini-flower pots leftover from a previous craft, so I figured having the kids use them to create a Lorax Truffula Pot to plant their truffula seed in was a great idea!


Mini-ceramic flower pots (one for each party guest)

Acrylic paint in assorted colors



Ribbon or baker’s twine

Pea seeds


1. Spread out some newspaper and paint truffula trees on the flower pots. Here is where you can get creative. Truffula trees are an assortment of colors and they aren’t perfect. Have the kids help! Let the pots dry.



2. Either using a craft punch or scissors, cut out square shaped pieces from cardstock. I used this quote from The Lorax, “Plant a new Truffula. Treat it with care. Give it clean water and feed it fresh air.” and wrote it on each piece of cardstock.



3. Take an individual pea seed and tape it to the back of the cardstock.

4. Using ribbon or baker’s twine, tie each card to the flower pots.

Kids love planting and this book has such a wonderful moral to it. It is a great activity for them and a quick, personal, adorable party favor!



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About Lauryn Blakesley

A woman out to explore, celebrate, and enjoy everything that my community and living locally has to offer. Blessed with three beautiful children and an incredible husband, our family embraces adventure while dreaming of what is to come. Lover of knitting, running (although mostly after little ones right now), the color orange, fun accessories, fall, tea, and a clean kitchen floor. I spend my days in awe of my family and trying to teach my three to treat others as they would want to be treated.

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  1. My daughter the Gardner would love this . Such a cute Idea for a Lorax Favor. I love the tags.
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  2. Cute idea! We love that movie! It would be a fun project just for a Spring playdate as well!
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  3. SO cute!! Such a great idea!
    Colleen (Souffle Bombay) recently posted…Sweet and Spicy PecansMy Profile

  4. OO, nice! I love it. Of course, then if we did this, we’d have to watch The Lorax every day again, lol…
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  5. These are so cute, even as a regular craft and not a party favor. My kids would dig this. :) Thanks for sharing!
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  6. Super cute!
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  7. I absolutely love this idea. It’s creative and personal. Love it!
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  8. I love your flower pots : )
    Very pretty.
    I am sort of glad our Chuck E. Cheese days are over just because of the noise. That place is insanely loud : ).
    Life with Kaishon recently posted…‘Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.’ Camille PissarroMy Profile

    • Believe me, I hear ya! We lucked out big time. It was a beautiful spring evening and there was NO ONE else there…perfect!

  9. Love this!!! The Lorax was the first movie I ever brought Derek to see (and he sat on my lap the whole time, by choice!!) anyway I love the Lorax and these are just so cute!!
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