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My youngest son is turning 4! I can’t believe how fast they grow up! Seriously, it seems like yesterday we were bringing a brand new little baby boy home from the hospital! Instead of being kind of sad about my baby not being a baby anymore, I decided to throw a huge celebration for him & make this the best birthday party ever for my big boy! Wahoo! :)
My little man has been in love with the Disney Cars movie forever. So that was the perfect theme for our #dreamparty! :) I was able to find everything I needed at very reasonable prices all in one stop. You can check out my shopping trip to see where I found everything. Then you can keep reading to see how his party turned out! :)
You can tell by his little face that he was excited about his party! He could hardly stand the wait! When he walked into our kitchen this is what he saw! :)
He was so excited about wearing the party hats we made with a few supplies we found at Walmart, too! Aren’t they cute??!!
To make these hats you’ll need:
bright colored party hats
bright colored copy paper
Disney Cars stickers
glue gun & glue
rosette die cut (optional)
First you’ll fold two piece of paper like a fan. My papers measured about 1.5 inches by 10.5 inches long. Then you’ll glue the two ends together making a circle. Squeeze it in as tight as you can, and then while holding it like that put a dab of hot glue right in the middle. Then I put a small circle over this spot to help keep it together. Then you’ll flip it over & do the same thing with a slightly bigger circle. Then I put a car sticker right in the middle. Then I hot glued that to some party hats I found at Walmart. That’s it! :)
The birthday boy also loved all the yummy food! He had gone with me to order the cake, and he was so excited when we went & picked up his fancy cake! ;)
At his party as I was doing the last minute touches, the kiddos played cars on a car rug we had moved into the kitchen from his room. They had a fun time doing that! I found the small Cars brand cars at Walmart, too. They were perfect! I also made him a “birthday boy” t-shirt to wear. Cute, huh?
The party favors were little popcorn boxes I found in the bakery section at Walmart. I stuck on a Cars sticker, & then I stuffed them with some fun Car goodies ~ mini flying disc, horns, bookmarks, ring pops & yo-yo’s from the Hallmark party line also available at Walmart.
We also played a fun game of pin the headlight on Tow-Mater! Guess who won?? :)
We ate lunch, and then it was time for the birthday cake!!! :)
I think the birthday boy really did have the best birthday ever! :) I loved how easy it was to put this party all together. I loved how convenient it was to get all the supplies, food, cake, decorations, birthday toys & games all at one stop. You can check out our “after” party pictures on instagram. ha! ;)