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Hot Wheels Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Gear up for a high-octane journey with these 26 Hot Wheels coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With these sheets, you can accelerate right into the thrilling universe of Hot Wheels, where cars aren’t just vehicles but champions of speed, design, and jaw-dropping stunts!

In this set, you’ll race alongside iconic models like the Twin Mill, Bone Shaker, Rip Rod, Night Shifter, and Rodger Dodger. You will also get to blaze through scenes of twisting loop-de-loops, soaring jumps, treacherous turns, and head-to-head races on dynamic tracks!

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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 Hot Wheels Coloring Pages

Those iconic Hot Wheels cars are something countless children have come to love.

Here are some inexpensive crafts to make with those finished coloring pages.

1. Design a Unique Display Box

Even a simple cardboard display box can be made exceptional by using finished Hot Wheels coloring pages.

Simply measure the back wall of each compartment on the shelf and cut the coloring pages to those dimensions.

Use invisible glue to affix the cutouts to the shelf, and carefully roll on portions of contact paper in the exact dimensions to preserve the work.

Don’t forget to laminate the top and sides as well!

2. Make a One-of-a-Kind Picture Frame

This fun craft can be completed with an old picture frame, or the youngster can begin with a homemade frame.

Either way, carefully measure the frame’s borders and cut out enough Hot Wheels cars from the finished pages to line each section.

Glue cotton balls to the backs of the cutouts, and using krazy glue, attach them around the frame as if they are “driving” around the border.

Use this 3D frame for a photo or to frame another Hot Wheels coloring page!

3. Bring Those Wheels to Life

If your child has colored some impressive Hot Wheels cars, bring them to life with this simple craft.

Give the youngster an empty bathroom tissue cardboard for each car that’s been colored. 

When the cars are cut out, attach one to either side of the roll with invisible glue and add “wheels” cut from black cardstock.

Then, cut a rectangle on the top of the roll. Use a pipe cleaner to create a steering wheel and staple it inside. The car will look surprisingly real when finished.

4. Racing Wheels

For this enjoyable craft, give each youngster a thick paper plate. 

The plates should be shaped into a spiral, which is easily done by cutting in a circular motion from the outer edge to the inside.

Next, several finished Hot Wheels coloring pages should be glued to thin cardboard, and the cars cut out. Leave a small tab of extra cardboard at the bottom of each car.

Use the extra cardboard to glue the cutouts to the paper plate as if they’re racing to the top of the spiral ramp!

5. Make a Parking Garage

This craft is perfect as a group activity. First, make a “parking garage” from ordinary, empty cardboard boxes.

Different size boxes should be placed next to each other and glued fast. Then, ramps leading up to the top can be made from simple strips of cardboard.

Laminate the top with black construction paper, and use white chalk to make designated parking places.

Decorate the sides and ramps with other Hot Wheels coloring pages, and youngsters can arrange their toy cars on and around this terrific homemade garage.

6. Wheels of Fire

Hot Wheels are often shown with flames or fire designs, and this craft showcases that theme.

First, have the youngsters cut a circle from black cardstock and use chalk, puffy paint, or ordinary craft paint to make it look like a tire.

Youngsters can then decorate the tire with cutouts from the finished pages, choosing a favorite car for the center.

Punch a hole at the top for a piece of red yarn or string, and these cute decorations can be hung anywhere.

7. Tire Tracks Poster

All youngsters will love making this innovative poster. Start with a piece of poster board in the child’s favorite color.

When several Hot Wheels cars are colored and cut out, they should be glued to the poster board’s center as if racing to the other side of the paper.

Using finger paint or craft paint, the youngsters can make “tire tracks” as if the cars burned rubber, peeling away from their starting positions.

Preserve this cute artwork in glassine, and hang this colorful poster anywhere.

8. Unique Storage Space

This fun and interesting craft begins with some empty wrapping paper cardboards cut into equal sections.

Laminate these with the finished coloring pages, either in their entirety or with the Hot Wheels cutouts attached decal-style.

The rolls should be glued in rows of three, making as many levels as needed to store the Hot Wheels collection, one car in each roll.

For added fun, use black construction paper and white chalk to create parking spaces, and place the paper at the bottom in the front as space for extra cars.

9. Classroom Racetrack

If you’re looking for a fun classroom activity, have the youngsters draw a racetrack on a large sheet of craft paper, making as many “lanes” as needed.

Then, when they have colored and cut out their Hot Wheels cars, they can be placed in different positions around the racetrack.

Strips cut from other Hot Wheels pages are perfect for making a border around the poster.

It can then be displayed in the classroom, where the youngsters can add new cars whenever they like!

10. Hot Wheels Door Sign

This door sign is easy and fun to make and requires only a piece of white poster board, a black marker or crayon, and the Hot Wheels coloring page.

Have the youngster draw two racing flags, using a black marker or crayon to make checks on the white paper.

If the child wants a fancier flag, small black and white squares can be cut from construction paper and used instead.

Then, when the Hot Wheels coloring page is finished, the car can be cut out and placed between the flags for a terrific door sign.

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