How to Make a Disney Cars Centerpiece

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How to Make a Disney Cars Centerpiece
Create a racetrack centrepiece for a Cars themed party. (toy cars image by Kirill Roslyakov from Fotolia.com)

The Disney movie, Cars, was released in 2006. It's still a very popular party theme for car loving kids. The cute cars that star in the movie make fabulous party decorations. Make a creative centrepiece for your party table that your birthday boy and his party guests will adore. It won't cost much, and you can do it all yourself. Set up the table as a place to play and to eat at the same time.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • White butcher paper
  • Tape
  • Black construction paper
  • Markers and crayons
  • Yellow paint
  • Toy cars
  • Miniature chocolate doughnuts

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Lay the white butcher paper on the table to create a tablecloth.

  2. 2

    Cut and tape black construction paper across the centre of the table to look like a road.

  3. 3

    Paint yellow lines on the black paper to simulate the lines on a real road. Put a sign that says "Route 66" on the road, and a big construction paper "billboard" that says "Welcome to Radiator Springs."

  4. 4

    Draw street signs and stop signs on the white paper using crayons and markers. Have your child help you with this, and maybe add some of the names of the businesses from the movie. The Cozy Cone Motel, Flo's V8 Cafe and Luigi's Casa Della Tires are some locations from the movie.

  5. 5

    Get out all your child's toy cars and place them on the road. If you have actual car characters from the movie, that would be even better. Line up Tow Mater, Lightning McQueen, Ramone, Flo and Guido on your road for the guests to enjoy.

  6. 6

    Stack up miniature chocolate doughnuts around the table to look like Luigi's stacks of tires in the movie.

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