How to Draw a Birthday Cake Step by Step

How to Draw a Birthday Cake with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy cake drawing tutorial for beginners and all.

How to Draw a Birthday Cake

Please see Birthday Cake drawing tutorial in the video below

With 9 easy steps to follow, kids will enjoy making their own birthday cake on paper. Also included is a printable version of this birthday cake drawing tutorial.

You can refer to Birthday Cake simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1. Create cream layer

Start by drawing a wavy line to create the icing for the birthday cake.

Step 2. Draw the base of the cake

Next, sketch the cylindrical shape of the cake base. Add layers by drawing wavy horizontal lines on the sides of the cake. Then, draw a bumpy shape on the bottom of the cake to add detail.

Step 3. Start creating letters for the birthday candles

On top of the cake icing, sketch the letters “HAPPY” to begin creating the birthday candle shape.

Step 4. Complete the birthday candle

Next, create an outline for the word “BIRTHDAY”. Make sure to delete any unnecessary overlapping lines.

Step 5. Add wick and flame

Draw short vertical lines above each candle to create the wick. Then, add a flame on top of the wick by drawing pointed shapes.

Step 6. Sketch the candlestick

Below each candle, draw slightly longer vertical lines to form the candle holder.

Step 7. Shape the cake plate

Create an oval shape below the cake to draw the cake plate.

Step 8. Attach cake decorations

Draw spirals and stars on top of the cake to add some decorations.

Step 9. Complete the birthday cake drawing

It’s time to bring color to your birthday cake drawing! First, use a white pen to color the birthday candles and a yellow pen to color the flames. Next, color in the birthday decorations using blue and orange crayons. Now, fill in the cream with a pink pencil. Use brown and yellow paint to color the rest of the cake. Then, use a darker blue to color the cake plate.

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