Friday, March 2, 2012

The Lorax Truffula Seeds FREE PRINTABLE


I can't believe my last post was Christmas. I guess I've been both lazy & busy.
For months I had hoped to do an elaborate Dr. Seuss themed party for my kids to celebrate Read Across America Day and the Lorax movie premier but that kinda fell through the cracks.
My girls still wanted to give something to their friends to celebrate the day so I ended up with these Truffula Seeds.
I just took an image from the Lorax book, added "Truffula Seeds" to it and printed them. I put Berry Kix cereal in a bag, slapped on the label and called it a day.

So by a request on facebook, I am sharing it with all of you.
You can download the PDF file here.
Enjoy!

19 comments:

  1. Now that's resourcefulness for you! Turned out really cute. :-)

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  2. I LOVE this! Really wanted to use this as a party favor buy scribd wants me to pay $5 for a membership?!?! Are you able to email the file? If so, I would greatly appreciate it! And I could feature you and your printable on my blog (link above). My email is: loricoughlin@hotmail.com. THANK YOU!!!!! :)

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  3. I was hoping to use it, too! Can't seem to download it without paying scribd :/

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  4. I cannot get it to open either... any way you could email it to me at jillsigns@yahoo.com ? I would love to use it for my son's birthday party!

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  5. Such a cute idea!! I am unable to download it for free either. Can you possibly email it to me too please? My email is cailinleech@gmail.com. Thank you so much!! =]

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  6. Can you still email a file? I would love to use this with my second graders! Ekost870@gmail.com

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  7. If this is still available for free, would you mind emailing it to me at legallyblonde02@sbcglobal.net? Thank you so much for sharing.

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  8. If this is still available for free, would you mind emailing it to me at PJleach5@yahoo.com? Thank you so much for sharing.

    Patty

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  9. Super cute idea but in reality it kind of contradicts the books overall message of conservation of the environment. The paper used for this takes trees! Its a great message and I'm glad you kids enjoy the book so much. Maybe you could use the cardboard from the cereal box next time for the labels? Just a thought :)

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  10. Is there anyway you can post an "edited" version and have it say Truffula Tuft instead of seeds? :)

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  11. Great Idea.... If it were really FREE ??????

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    1. YES, they were free. I did not charge for these. However, I guess the site I used to upload the file charges now (they didn't before). Thanks for stopping by. :)

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    2. Do you still have the file to email? If so can you email it to me at jeae22@yahoo.com My son's teacher has chosen this as their class treat for next Tuesday and now I can't download the file without paying.

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  12. I am trying to download it is there a way that you are able to send it to me by chance ??

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  13. I am trying to download it is there a way that you are able to send it to me by chance ??

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  14. Hi just wondering if your still forwarding the download? I am unable to get it myself. Thanks

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  15. Would love to have if you can email it? I can't seem to download.

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  16. If you really want it, you could always take a screen shot and cut/paste, like I did! ;)

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  17. Hi all. I can't seem to find my original file.I apologize that I wasn't able to email it to those who asked. The image of the trees is readily available if you do a quick Google search. You can bring the image into Microsoft Word and add your text. Thanks for stopping by.

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