21 Cozy Coupe Hacks to Make Over Your Kid’s Ride

I don’t know how many faded, tired-looking cozy coupes I’ve seen sitting in people’s yards. In fact, I have one in mine right now. The sun has faded it over time, and let’s face it, it’s seen better days. So when I started to search for cozy coupe makeovers, I had no idea that I’d find so many creative and clever cozy coupe makeovers to choose from. Here are some of my favorites!

21 Cozy Coupe Makeovers and Redos

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Most of these ideas are for the classic cozy coupe, but no matter which kind you have, you can soup it up with some paint and creativity.

Cozy Coupe Hacks & Makeovers

The Batmobile Cozy Coupe is perfect for superhero fans. It’s also one of the easiest designs to implement!

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via Sweet C’s Designs

Their Fire Truck Cozy Coupe is pretty sweet, too. Love the addition of the ladder and the fire hose. Nice touches! I think I like it even better than the official Little Tikes Spray and Rescue Fire Truck.

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via Sweet C’s Designs

Make a John Deere version for your little farm hand.

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via Mom Made

Make your little minions a Minion-inspired cozy coupe. The hair is made out of pipe cleaners. How smart!

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via Pinterest

How about a cozy coupe that looks like a cupcake? The addition of the QT-PIE license plate is too cute for words.

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via Dwellings by Devore

You can guess the inspiration of this sweet little red and black ride: Minnie Mouse! The ears on top are precious.

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via Megan Kunkel

Don’t be afraid to think pink for your Minnie cozy coupe.

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via Pink When

Here’s a lady bug cozy coupe that’s just as cute (and a little easier to execute than the Minnie Mouse coupe).

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via The Roper Roundup

I couldn’t find an original source for this giraffe car, but it’s a fantastic choice for kids who are into safari animals.

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via Pinterest

The wood grain on this Hawaiian-themed cozy coupe is contact paper! Love the hula girl on the “dashboard”, too.

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via Craftster

I couldn’t find a tutorial for this CAT cozy coupe, either, but it looks like some yellow and black paint and a few Caterpillar stickers will do the trick!

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via Pinterest

Herbie the lovebug is the perfect choice for your little speedster. He wins all the races!

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via Pinterest

Make a baseball-inspired cozy coupe to represent your favorite baseball team.

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via Too Many Crafts Too Little Time

This little Bobcat cozy coupe looks like it has the scoop to a snow shovel attached to the front. Clever!

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via Pinterest

Remove the top of the cozy coupe to recreate this little taxi. Don’t want to make your own? You can get a super cute taxi on Amazon.

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via Apartment Therapy

Your kiddo can sing “The Wheels on the Bus” while cruising around the yard in his very own school bus cozy coupe.

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via Pinterest

This makeover is my personal favorite: The cozy coupe sheriff’s car! I may be biased since my hubs is a deputy, though. I’m adding this to our spring projects list! Here’s a ready-made patrol car (affiliate) if you aren’t into the DIY thing.

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via Pinterest

This blue and green “Cars” cozy coupe makeover sure is cute. What a terrific way to make over a faded cozy coupe.

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via Just a Little Creativity

If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? The cool kid in the ghostbuster cozy coupe, of course!

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via Pinterest

Cars fans will adore this Lightning McQueen makeover.

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via Mom Wasn’t Built in a Day

Make your little helpers an ambulance cozy coupe. They’ll love coming to the rescue!

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via 365 Barkleys

Which design is your favorite?

cozy coupe makeovers your kids will love

9 thoughts on “21 Cozy Coupe Hacks to Make Over Your Kid’s Ride”

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    • Chelsea, I’d use spray paints made for plastics. Krylon makes one Fusion for Plastic — I’ve heard great things about it.

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    • Hi, Kathy. You can read their full tutorial here: https://megankunkel.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/minnie-mouse-car-tutorial/
      It looks like they used screws to secure the ears to the roof of the car.

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