Craft Time: Dr. Seuss Horton Hears a Who Flower Craft

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Don’t you just love the story Horton Hears  a Who by Dr. Seuss? I have to say it is one of my favorites. In the story, Horton the elephant finds a flower that has a teenie tiny voice coming from it. As he looks closer, there is speck on the flower. Well it turns out, that speck is a whole other world of Whos! In this fun and frugal kids craft, you will make your own Horton Hears a Who Flower, complete with a tiny Who on it and everything. Take a peek below at how easy this craft is. It is a great way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday which is March 2. Ready to get crafting? Take a peek!

Horton Hears a Who Flower Craft

Supplies needed:
Pipe cleaners
Pom poms
White paper
Craft glue

We found all of our supplies at the dollar store!

1. Begin by applying a dab of glue to the tip of your pipe cleaner.
2. Press a crafting pom pom to the end of the pipe cleaner. Press it for several seconds so you can be sure it has adhered well.
3. Take a small scrap of white paper and ball it up until it resembles a spit ball. Don’t worry, you don’t have to spit on it! Just get it really tiny. This will be your Who.
4. Add a dab of glue to the Who and press it to the pom pom.

If you want to glue on a tiny strip of paper that says “I’m here” you can.

Gather your Horton Hears a Who flower and get out a copy of the book for a family fun read along. It is a great way to enjoy the story further and dive a little deeper into the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss. When you are done, share with us your pics on the Facebook page or Community Chat page. We would love to see them!


Happy crafting!



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