Epic Monster Truck Birthday Party Ideas

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I’m still not quite sure why I did it to myself but, we had 18 children plus their parents over for a Monster Truck party to celebrate Elliott’s 4th Birthday. There were Monster Truck games, a Monster Truck cake and Monster Truck cookies galore! The rain held off but it was still wet.  I was a nervous wreck in the morning when it was continuously drizzling. But in the end, it all worked out brilliantly and were lucky we had a brand new covered deck to entertain.  The best indicator of it being a successful party was how much fun the kids were having and how much they LOVED the Monster Truck birthday party ideas I’d put together.

Monster Truck birthday party ideas

Monster Truck Party Invitation

I found this Monster Truck party invitation on Vistaprint and it also came with matching stickers which I was able to use on the loot bags.

Customise and order your own Monster Truck Invitation on Vistaprint HERE

Monster Truck Party Invitation

The Refuelling Station

When it comes to monster truck party ideas, you must have a refuelling station! It’s here that the Monster Truck’s fill up on coolant (aka. cordial), fuel up on delicious food and get a paint job (aka. designing Monster Truck cookies).  A simple chequered flag tablecloth and bunting bring the refuelling station to life.

Buy the chequered bunting and tablecloth >> here

Monster Truck birthday party ideas

The Paint Shop & Monster Truck Cookies

The paint shop where the Monster Truck designs really happen! I used a Monster Truck cookie cutter to transform the dough into these shapes. I figured it would be easier to buy pre-packaged icing from the grocery store in different colours, it was less messy too. For the monster truck cookies recipe, click here

The Monster Truck cookies were certainly a favourite at the party, plenty of aweso


me paint jobs came out of the paint shop. For those children who didn’t want to eat their design straight away, I supplied some little clear cellophane bags with ties so they could take their Monster Truck cookie creation home to enjoy.

Buy the Monster Truck Cookie Cutter >> here

Monster Truck Cookies
Monster Truck Cookies Paint Shop
Monster Truck Cookies Decorating Station
Monster Truck Cookies Paint Shop

Monster Truck Birthday Party Games

When it came to Monster Truck games, we put a bit of a twist on ‘Pin the Tail on the Donkey’and played ‘Pin the Tyre on the Monster Truck’ instead! I simply Googled an image of a Monster Truck, used Microsoft Paint to edit the image in order to ‘remove’ the back tyre, enlarged the image and had it printed out on a large piece of paper. I then used the missing tyre as the piece they had to try and stick on the board. This game was so much fun!

Monster Truck Games
Monster Truck Games
And what’s a party without Pass the Parcel! There were even wheel-shaped yo-yos as prizes!

Monster Truck Party

The Monster Truck Cake!

What’s a Monster Truck party without the Monster Truck cake! There are so many fabulous Monster Truck cake ideas around, but I decided to make it easier on myself and so made a less intricate Monster Truck cake. Here are some of my easy Monster Truck Cake ideas:

  • I made the chocolate cake (out of a packet because I knew I couldn’t stuff it up) using a rectangular baking tin.
  • I iced the cake with chocolate icing and then formed a pathway down the middle with Smarties.
  • I filled the pathway and the edges of the cake with chocolate sprinkles and filled the top half of the cake with the smarties for a pop of colour.
  • I used choc honeycomb for the rocks that Grave Digger is standing upon.
  • I used an icing writing pen to write the happy birthday message.

And that’s it, no rolling fondant for me…this was super easy and Elliott was very impressed.

Monster Truck Cake
Monster Truck Cake
Monster Truck Cake

Time to unwrap the presents

All the kids couldn’t wait to give Elliott their present, they kept inching in closer and closer saying ‘open my present next!’ It was very cute and Elliott was very spoilt.

Monster Truck Party Ideas

The Monster Truck Party Bag

Each child received a Monster Truck party bag full of loot. I didn’t want to stuff them full of lollies and instead made them very simple. Each party bag contained a mini-monster truck which I bought in a bulk pack at Kmart, a small packet of Smarties, a fun stamp and a Monster Jam sticker. It’s the simple things I find kids really enjoy, it doesn’t have to be big.

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Monster Truck Party
Monster Truck Party Loot Bag
I must admit, I had a lot of fun coming up with Monster Truck birthday party ideas, it’s one thing I love doing for my kids, creating unforgettable birthday parties. But, although the party was a success, I was certainly very ready to put my feet up!

Monster Truck Party
Epic Monster Truck Birthday Party Ideas


Eva Lewis (The Multitasking Woman)

Eva is the Editor and Owner of The Multitasking Woman. She always has her fingers in many different pies but wouldn't have it any other way. Eva is self-employed as a content writer, copywriter and social media manager and is a Mum to her seven-year-old son, two-year-old daughter, five chickens, Benny the dog and wife to Mr G. They all live happily, mid-renovation, in their little worker's cottage in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia.
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  1. December 15, 2015 / 8:25 am

    Oh my goodness what a fab party. My three girls would love to adopt you. I completely fail in the birthday party department.

    • December 15, 2015 / 9:32 am

      Thanks Raychael! To be honest, work is really quiet at the moment. If I was working full-time like I have been, there’s no way this would have happened!

  2. December 15, 2015 / 9:48 am

    What a great party Elliot had! Happy Birthday! Well done Eva! The cake looks awesome! x

  3. December 15, 2015 / 9:49 am

    What a great party! My daughter’s 4th birthday is in January so I’m busy collecting ideas now. My biggest worry is how to keep the kids occupied! Not to mention all the siblings that tag along – who probably won’t be so interested in fairies…

    • December 15, 2015 / 10:33 am

      You know what Nadia, I was worried about the same thing but in the end, the kids kept themselves occupied and found things in the yard to play with and played with eachother! I wouldn’t worry too much about it.

  4. December 15, 2015 / 1:36 pm

    Kids parties are exhausting! I find them just so tiring. Though it’s all worthwhile when the kids are having fun. xx

  5. December 15, 2015 / 7:22 pm

    How exhausting are these little people parties?? But you did well mumma! Wowee great cake, great biscuits, great games – GREAT FUN! Your man would have had the best day. The work is all forgotten when you see that right?

  6. December 15, 2015 / 8:53 pm

    That looks amazing! The cake is stunning. Glad Elliot had a wonderful birthday. I hope you enjoyed yourself too despite all the work

  7. December 15, 2015 / 9:16 pm

    What an awesome party for the little cutie! That cake looks epic, Eva. Well done. I love the paint shop idea too. Very clever xx

  8. December 16, 2015 / 7:24 am

    You did a great job! What a fab party- and I love the cookie decoration station! I’ve got both my girl’s birthday parties to throw next year- and because their birthdays are only 10 days apart it means back-to-back parties. I think I’ll be carrying a hip flask with me to cope ha ha. x

  9. December 18, 2015 / 1:39 pm

    I like easy, fun cakes like that. The kids think they are great, and they usually taste better too I reckon!
    Glad it was a great day for him. 🙂

  10. Fiona
    December 11, 2016 / 8:54 am

    Thank you. I used your cake idea