How to Draw a Cake – Step by Step Drawing Tutorial

Learning how to draw a cake is a lot of fun for kids! Cakes are perfect for celebrating special occasions.

Now your child can have their own cake anytime they want with this how to draw a cake tutorial.

How to Draw a Cake Step by Step Tutorial

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How to Draw a Cake Step by Step 

Cake Directed Drawing Guide

Learning how to draw a cake is easier than one might think. Following these steps, you’ll have a cake to color and decorate in no time! 

What you need:

Step by Step Cake Drawing Instructions

Step 1

Start by drawing a curved line. Almost like a smile. 

Step 1

Step 2

You are then going to place three rectangles in the middle of the curved line. 

Step 2

Step 3

Add small sticks to start the flames of the “candles.” Also complete the curved line, almost making it look like a football. 

Step 3

Step 4

Add three small flames to the candlesticks. Then, finish the top layer cake by adding lines to the sides and bottom. 

Step 4

Step 5

Start the next part of the cake by drawing a circle underneath. Make sure it’s a tad bit larger than the other layer of the cake. 

Step 5

Step 6

Add sides and a bottom to the cake! 

Step 6

Step 7

Next you are going to make a small circle under the cake and then add a larger circle around it. 

Step 7

Step 8

Now is time for the decor! Add squiggly lines alongside both layers of the cake. 

Step 8

Step 9

Then, you are going to add two lines across the cake for design. 

Step 9

Step 10

The final look should mimic the image below. You can add more detail to the design if you’d like. 

Step 10

Step 11

The final step is going to be to add color to the cake. You’ll be amazed at how beautiful the cake looks after you add the final details. 

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