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Disney Cars Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready to rev up your creative engines with these 24 Disney Cars coloring pages that are yours to freely download and print! With these sheets, kids (and adults, too!) can immerse themselves in the world of Radiator Springs with one of Pixar’s most beloved franchises.

Showcased in this collection is a wide range of illustrations spotlighting your favorite Cars characters, from Lightning McQueen, Mater, Sarge, Ramone, Mack, Luigi, Fillmore, Guido, Sally, Doc Hudson, Flo, plus many others that you can see down below!

Disney Cars Coloring Pages

To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!

All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Disney Cars Coloring Pages

Almost every child has a favorite Disney car. If your youngster has colored lots of these cars, try these terrific, affordable crafts to preserve all that hard work.

1. Lightning McQueen Model Car

If your youngster’s favorite Disney car is Lightning McQueen, this craft is your number one choice.

With the finished coloring page, laminate an empty Pringles chips container. 

Make wheels for the car with ordinary container lids or circles of cardboard, and attach them to the sides with krazy glue.

Use wiggle eyes and craft paint to add a face to one end of the container, and the lid can be removed from the other end to store secret items inside Lightning McQueen!

2. Make a Signature Classroom Poster

For this fun craft, have each youngster color a different Disney car, and once they are cut out, arrange them in a giant square, front to back.

On the inside, have all the youngsters sign their names and add their initials to their cars.

With different colored markers, have each youngster draw a line from his or her car to the appropriate initials, and you have a one-of-a-kind poster to display in the classroom.

3. Line a Toybox

Laminating things on the outside can be fun, but Disney car pages are great for lining the inside of a toy box, too.

Think of it as wallpaper when attaching the finished coloring pages: using one car theme for each section of the inside of the box.

It may take a lot of coloring pages, but it’s a great way to use them if they’ve been piling up. 

Craft glue works best if the box is wooden, and invisible glue is typically suitable for other surfaces.

4. Make Travel Tags

Even though you may not be traveling in a Disney car, they are perfect for making luggage tags. 

Don’t be afraid to go large, either. It will make your luggage easier to spot. Start by cutting out the desired part of the finished coloring page and sealing it in contact paper.

Using krazy glue, attach the cutout to thick cardboard and trim it to size.

Punch a hole in one end of the cutout and thread a piece of packing twine through the hole. You can string beads on the twine to make the luggage tag extra fancy!

5. Fun With Fillmore

If your youngster’s favorite Disney car is Fillmore, all you need is an empty cardboard milk container, and the child can make a terrific craft. A half-gallon size is best for this.

Using rubber cement or ordinary Elmer’s glue, laminate the milk carton with the finished coloring page. It should be turned on its side, making the shape perfect for Fillmore.

Tires can be drawn on the side with a black magic marker and filled in with silver glitter.

This fancy Fillmore model car will brighten up any room!

6. Decorate a Scoreboard

Children keeping scores for a contest or a team competition at school will love this craft. Have the youngsters work in groups of four or five.

Mount a plain, white piece of paper on a dark-colored poster board. This makes it look as if the paper is framed.

Next, when each youngster has colored his or her favorite Disney car, it should be cut out and placed around the ”frame.”

The idea is to make it look as if the cars are driving around the scoreboard!

7. Design an Interesting Mobile

Use a colored Disney car as the base for this fun mobile, laminating it to thin cardboard.

Punch multiple holes at the bottom edge of the car cutout and add lengths of string in several bright colors.

Using ordinary black construction paper, have the youngster draw and cut out tires.

 When these are hung from the strings, it creates a unique and interesting wind-chime style mobile.

8. Fill ‘er Up

To make this adorable poster, have each youngster draw a simple gas pump on the left side of a plain piece of cardstock or poster paper.

Next, have each child color and cut out a favorite Disney car, embellishing it in any way desired by adding things like wiggle eyes, a puffy paint mouth, glitter, or craft gems.

Then, give each youngster a thick, gray piece of yarn and connect it from the “gas pump” to the car. When “Fill ‘er Up” is written underneath, you have an adorable poster.

9. Cheers From the Bleachers

If your youngster is a racing fan, Chick Hicks is probably one of his or her favorite Disney cars, making this craft a terrific choice.

Once the page is colored, the youngsters should trace and cut out simple images of people and place them in the bleachers.

This can be done by attaching the cutouts to toothpicks and cutting small slits in the coloring page in the area of the page.

The fun part is that the “people” can be rearranged any time the youngster wants, making the racing scene look real!

10. Design a Simple Keepsake

This craft works for youngsters of all ages. Once a character is cut from the finished Disney car coloring page, mount it onto a piece of construction paper.

Choose construction paper in a light shade so that something can be written on the back.

With a marker, calligraphy pen, or just a simple ink pen, have the youngsters write why that particular car is their favorite. 

Seal the work in glassine for a delightful keepsake.

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