Hot Wheels Birthday Party Pack Free Printables

My baby turned 4!!! I can not believe it!

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He told me he wanted his party to be a Hot Wheels party – his favorite! It was just a small family party this year but I made a bunting for him to decorate.

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I felt like the sides needed something so I just threw some bows up on the side.

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I also made cupcake toppers for him but at last minute he decided he wanted an ice cream cake. I made one out of ice cream sandwiches and cool whip mixed with vanilla pudding for the frosting,

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He also got his favorite dinner – spaghetti and artichokes!

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(Since they dip them in butter I make them eat with their shirts off!)

All in all it was a pretty amazing day! He got lots of new Thomas toys for his tracks and has been playing nonstop since!

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There were so many fun graphics for the Hot Wheels so I made a few different styles of cupcake toppers.

Cupcake topper hot wheels logo Cupcake topper plain Cupcake topper traffic signsCupcake topper happy birthday

Hope these help can help make your party special for your little boy in your home!

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Lisa

Previous author of Over the Big Moon. I shared my passion for home and family life! I love graphic design, DIY projects, cooking, and working in my garden! My favorite role is taking care of my husband and our 3 amazing and busy boys!

Comments (16)

  • Thanks for the ideas and especially for the printables. My 5 years old son request me to have HotWheel Theme birthday party and your post really help a lot.

  • Seriously? Artichokes? Details please! How do you make them, how do hey eat them and how did you originally present them to your kids? I am flabbergasted! I can’t imagine my kid eating them!!!

    • I steam them for about an 1-2 hrs depending on the size of them. You can tell when they are done because you can stick a fork in the stem very easily. Then we melt butter and squeeze a fresh lemon into the butter and give everyone their own little dish for dipping. You pull a leaf off and kind of bite it between your teeth to pull the flesh off the leaf. When you get all the leaves off you are left with the heart. It has kind of a protective covering over it that you have to scrape off and then the heart is the best part! Okay, this all sounds too weird! I had another friend ask me – maybe I will do a post on how to eat them with pictures….or maybe I just want an excuse to eat them again! We introduced our kids to them when they were young because I have always loved them. I think my kids like them because they are so different they think they are fun. Watch for a post in the next week or two 🙂

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