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September 26, 2010

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You're child must had an epic birthday experience. Glad to see that smile and you've given me great idea for my child's birthday party.

Amy @ MoMomma

I found this on Pinterest! I just threw a Cars party for my son. And now I'm looking for ideas on decorating his room. Love the hubcaps you found! Thanks for the tips. Please email me if you have any room decor suggestions :) mrsmomomma at aol dot com

Nancy Pfeifer

Your party was featured on my blog yesterday! :) http://atozebracelebrations.blogspot.com/2011/09/friday-party-feature-race-car-party.html

AWESOME JOB!!

טרה קיסריה

Amazing birthday party! It's really wonderful and creative idea about celebrate car race party.

April

How did you make those banners like that? They look so professional!! And the labels for the drink station? I'm so impressed!

Kathleen Hartnett

I would love your tutorial on the race car - would you mind sending me the link that you used. We are having a race car party for my son's 4th!
Thanks for sharing!

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I had a race car birthday cake when I was young too. Oohh! This post brings up a lot of memories.

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Wow! That is so awesome! Very cool to have that kind of party. I never experience such grand celebration during my birthdays, it is just a simple one.

Kim

Would you please make a tutorial for the matchbox plywood racetrack. I cannot find directions. It is awesome. Thanks!

Jamie

Hi Jessica! I LOVE the table runner! What did you use to make it? Thanks for your help! Great Party!

Tara Henson

I love this!!! I want a little mechanic outfit like that for my sons birthday! Unfortunately i have no sewING ability :(

Jo

I am with Jamie, and would love to know how you made the table runner? Is it fabric??? Thank you...your party is such an inspiration!

Jessica Levitt

Jo-

Super-easy table runner. Its just cut from a roll of black paper and I used thin white tape (less than 1/2 wide) to make the dashed line. My dad had the paper roll on hand, so I dont know exactly where to tell you to buy some...

hope that helps!

Jess

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What an amazing theme for such a special birthday. The theme of race cars is so creative.

MAC

I'm having a cars party and really want to try to do a derby for my son. Do you have a tutorial or can you suggest a link to one? Many thanks.

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