Lorax Papercraft Puppet

Lorax Papercraft Puppet

Updated 7/14/22

Lorax Papercraft Puppet
Lorax Papercraft Puppet

"If you love Dr. Seuss stories, you are going to love our Lorax Papercraft Puppet! This adorable little puppet set craft is so easy to make. Our printable template makes tracing and cutting out pieces a whole lot easier. This project would be a great activity after reading the Lorax! You can even add some googly eyes or pom poms to your Lorax Puppet to make him look extra silly. Make sure you check this craft out! "

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • Colored craft papers
  • Craft glue
  • Sharpie
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Select orange, yellow, and 2 to 3 different colored craft papers. Trace the body, legs, and arm patterns of the Lorax on orange colored craft paper; trace the eyebrows and mustache on yellow colored craft paper and trace the nose on a different shade of yellow or orange paper. Trace the Lorax tree patterns on colourful papers and the trunk on yellow paper. Cut out the traced papers nicely.

  2. Glue the 2 leg patterns on either side of the oval (body) shape cutout. This will be the bottom side of the Lorax puppet.

  3. Glue the mustache pattern slightly above the middle of the body pattern.

  4. Glue the nose right above the mustache, in the middle. Glue the eyebrow patterns along the top side of the body pattern.

  5. Glue the 2 arms on both sides of the body pattern.

  6. Grab the Lorax tree patterns. Use a black sharpie to draw shades on the trunk cutout. Use the same shade of sharpie to trace an outline on the Lorax tree cutout.

  7. Glue the tree pattern with the trunk pattern and use a black sharpie to draw the eyes and mouth of the papercraft Lorax.

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