Kids will race to make these fun crafts.
Rev up your backpack! All it takes is a few shiny toy cars and a bit of Velcro with this great craft from Spoonful.com.
Sweeten a long car ride with one of these decorative fresheners
This rainy day craft turns a toilet paper tube into a great-looking race car.
Car enthusiasts will find a sweet surprise on this card.
Here's a craft Cars fans will get plenty of mileage out of -- a homemade air freshener that resembles the famous race car that put Radiator Springs back on the map.
Crafted from paper and a few sparkly notions, the compact mirror reflects a touch of Tokyo.
Have your kids turn erasers into a busy fleet of cars and trucks.
Kids can dress up their toy cars and have a mini car parade like the one held annually in Houston.
These envriomentally safe cars and planes run completely on imagination
Wreck-It Ralph fans don’t need to make a trip to the Sugar Rush Kart Bakery to score a winning race car. Just gather some cookies, candies, and other confections for parts, rev up your imagination, and you’re halfway to the finish line.
He speaks fluent Italian and holds the record for performing the fastest pit stop in Piston Cup history, changing four tires in a mere four seconds. But that's not all Guido can do. Fitted with two shiny bendable forks, this paper replica stands ready to
Whether you're in the market for a rainy day boredom buster or an activity for a Cars-themed party, this fabric decorating technique is one kids are sure to get revved up about.