Ever since my daughter Kate’s Cars-themed 3rd birthday party the demand for the Cars birthday party printables I made for her party has been overwhelming! As much as I’d love to provide you all with copies of the exact documents I used, I’m worried it is in violation of copyright laws even though these printables are provided at no charge and for personal use only. Instead of deleting this entire post, however, I’ve modified my printables to eliminate Cars-specific images, and keep them more of a race theme. The good news is, these printables can easily be “Cars’d up” with some Cars stickers centered along the top of the checkered banners, or in the lower corner of the signs. I hope these printables are still a helpful option to save you some time and money when planning for your little one’s race car party! (And thank you in advance for understanding my desire to stay on Mickey’s good side – we plan to take Kate to Disney World someday and I’d like to be able to get in through the gate!)
These links will open a PDF for you to print these Cars birthday party printables directly from your computer:
Route 66-Inspired Happy Birthday Banner
First up is the Route 66-inspired “Happy Birthday” Banner I made:
I’m offering up my Route 66-inspired “Happy Birthday” banner in two options – one with dots, and one without, depending upon your preference. I printed Kate’s HBD banner on white cardstock and cut out each letter along the outer edge of the black outline. I used my HBD Banner Background template to trace a larger Route 66 outline onto blue cardstock, and then adhered the letters to the cardstock. Lastly, I punched a hole in each upper corner of the blue background and tied the banner together using ribbon.
VIP Pit Passes
I’ve updated these files to be used for any child and any cars-themed party! The VIP Pit Passes document is two pages – the first page is for your party guests and can be printed out (I recommend white cardstock) as often as needed – you simply write each guest’s name on the blank line. The second page of the document contains specialty VIP Pit Passes – one for “The Birthday Girl!” one for “The Birthday Boy!” one for your “Pit Crew” (any special helpers you’d like to recognize for the day) and two for the “Crew Chief” (your party hosts/hostesses). Once you print your pages, cut them just inside the black line and insert them into vertical name badge holders (size 4″x3″). Clip on a Cars-themed lanyard or badge clip and you’re all set! My Pit Pass Sign completes your party pass table!
These are basic blank food labels which you can print out, cut out, and write on with whatever food titles you’d like. Add your child’s favorite race car stickers to the top of them for some personalized party fun!
“Car Wash” Hand Wash & Sanitizing Station
When you’ve got a bunch of preschoolers running around, some kind of washing station is a must! You can recreate mine using my Car Wash Sign (printed on white cardstock) and matching Hand Sanitizer & Checkered Wraps. To use the checkered wraps, simply print them out on white paper – I used regular paper for this (versus cardstock) so they would wrap more easily – and wrap them around your bottle of hand sanitizer and secure with double-stick tape.
I hope these free Cars birthday party printables help make your little one’s party a huge hit!
These free party printables are for personal use only. Please credit All Things G&D and link back to this post if you use them. Thank you!
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