How to Draw a Cupcake for Kindergarten

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Today I will tell you how to draw a cupcake for kindergarten. This is another super easy tutorial that has four simple steps.

How to draw a Cupcake for kindergarten easy
how to draw a cupcake step by step

You probably love sweets, and you will certainly enjoy this lesson because now you will learn how to draw a cupcake. Cupcake is the American name for cakes. These little cakes are loved by adults and children.

The cupcake consists of a small sponge cake that is baked in a special mold, and on top, it is decorated with whipped cream or any kind of cream. Berries, grated chocolate, or pastry powder can be used as decoration. In the picture, you can see a small cupcake, on top of which there is a cream and a powder.

You can start drawing with a biscuit, then you need to draw a cream and, to top it off, small particles of powder. For coloring the finished cupcake, you should choose gentle tones – light brown and pink, and let the powder be red.


  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Eraser
  • Coloring supplies

Time needed: 15 minutes.

How to Draw a Cupcake for Kindergarten

  1. Draw the outlines of the upper part.

    It looks like a shape with a rounded, wavy top.Cupcake for kindergarten drawing

  2. Add the bottom of the cupcake.

    Draw a rectangular shape like in my reference.Cupcake for kindergarten drawing guide

  3. Draw the decorations for the top.

    Choose any decoration you like.Cupcake for kids drawing guide

  4. Color the cupcake.

    Brown and pink are a great color combination in my opinion.How to draw a Cupcake for kindergarten easy

So we have completed this tutorial on drawing a cupcake. Hope you got good results. But I have something else for you. This is a special pdf with several drafts to help you draw. You will be able to use this even when there is no internet.

By the way, do not forget to write in the comments about how successfully you coped with this guide. Also, I am waiting for your questions about this and other drawing lessons. Your feedback helps me a lot to work!

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